LogLogic is to release the next version of its database security manager to provide enhanced database security and greater insight into user activity.

Set for release later this month, it said that its Database Security Manager 4.1 is enhanced by the inclusion of an integrated vulnerability scanner, which conducts scans for nearly 4,000 potential weaknesses, including tests for operating system misconfiguration issues.

According to the company, greater insight into user activity is possible due to new features that now enable auditing of data values both before and after a change has occurred. It also includes an extensive rule-base and management dashboard and additional platform support for Sybase and MySQL.

Guy Churchward, CEO of LogLogic, said: “The combination of security with data access controls makes this product invaluable to those who need to ensure strict adherence to compliance mandates. Databases are often overlooked when companies begin collecting and logging user activity.”