Data Filtering for Multiple Databases

Earlier this year, we released a new product, the Axiomatics Data Access Filter (ADAF). ADAF provides powerful, standards-based data filtering, meaning you can protect your data from ever leaving the database; and you can protect applications with modern, externalised access control even if you can’t make changes to the applications.

Today, ADAF supports Oracle databases, and uses a component of the Oracle Database – Virtual Private Database (VPD) – to intercept and parse the SQL query.

So what happens if your data resides in some other database – say, SQL Server?

Axiomatics engineering is hard at work now on an updated version of ADAF which will include support for multiple databases. The solution will be released later this year, and we’ll have more details soon. In the meantime, if you have a specific interest or requirement for this kind of capability today, please get in touch, we’re always interested in additional test use-cases.

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