Application Security has launched a revised version of its database activity monitoring (DAM) technology to streamline security process controls.

According to the database security, risk and compliance (SRC) solutions provider, DbProtect Precision DAM is designed to minimise resources by reducing the scope of monitored activity to focus on customer-determined business policies.

The company claimed that it addresses the complexity issues in database activity monitoring and paves the way for smarter, easier to use and more scalable database security and risk mitigation.

DbProtect Precision DAM delivers a database security control process that helps organisations understand database ecosystems, focus on suspicious and unauthorised activities and streamline security operations.

Josh Shaul, chief technology officer at Application Security, said: “We live and work in a digital society where our adversaries thrive off of inaction. When it comes to valuable data accessibility, they are secretly hoping that companies continue along their current path of inactivity.

“Precision DAM is a breakthrough for control, clarity and visibility of database activity, enabling organisations to fully understand and apply appropriate business policies to their database security practices. It is our hope that this easily demonstrable value proposition removes the obstacles that have slowed the deployment of critical database security solutions.”