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D08 - Safeguarding Your Database Traffic

Session Number: 1332
Track: DB2 for LUW - II
Session Type: Podium Presentation
Primary Presenter: Walid Rjaibi [Chief Security Architect, IBM Information Management - IBM]
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Time(s):

Camelback => Wed, May 14, 2014 (02:15 PM - 03:15 PM)

Audience experience level: Advanced
Presentation Category: Data Management
Presentation Platform: DB2 for Linux, UNIX, Windows
Audiences this presentation will apply to: Database Administrators, IT Managers
Technical areas this presentation will apply to: Security (DB2 for LUW)
Objective 1: Express the threats affecting database traffic
Objective 2: Learn about TLS foundational concepts (encryption, certificates, signatures, hashing)
Objective 3: Learn how DB2 TLS works
Objective 4: Learn how to use TLS with Java applications
Objective 5: Learn how to use TLS with CLP applications

Abstract:  Encrypting database traffic safeguards sensitive data, such as passwords, social security numbers, credit card numbers and other personally identifiable information, against packet sniffing. Packet sniffing is where an attacker tries to capture unencrypted data by using a network sniffer. Network sniffers are freely available, easy to use, and unnoticeable to the client machine or database server. This situation makes safeguarding database traffic a compliance requirement and a business imperative. In this session, you explore the IBM DB2 Transport Layer Security (TLS) capability to help you to safeguard your database traffic and meet your compliance needs.

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