What is a DASB?
  • 09 Jan 2023
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What is a DASB?

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A Data Access Security Broker (DASB) is a security software that is designed to control and monitor access to data in an organization's systems. A DASB sits between the users of an organization's systems and the data that they access, and it is responsible for enforcing security policies and controls on data access.

A DASB can be used to enforce access controls on data, such as who is allowed to access certain data and what actions they are allowed to take with it. It can also be used to monitor user activity and detect and prevent security threats, such as unauthorized access or data leakage.

DASBs are often used in conjunction with other security measures, such as firewalls, intrusion detection systems, and data encryption, to provide an additional layer of protection for an organization's data. They are an important part of any data security strategy.


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