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Here is a checklist for MongoDB security Enable auth – Even if you have deployed your Mongodb servers in a trusted network it is good security practice to enable auth. It provides you “Defense in depth” if your network is compromised. Edit your mongod configuration file to enable auth Don’t expose your production db to the internet – Restricting physical ...


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You want to use dynamic data masking. There are different products in that space. Have a look at Oracle VPD (Virtual Private Database), Informatica DDM, or Axiomatics Data Access Filter which all provide means to define policies as to what you can see / cannot see. These tools are meant to protect data, which seems to be along the lines of what you want to ...


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I was reading about the anonymizeation problem just the other day. As it happens, the first edition of what I was reading is on line, at https://www.cl.cam.ac.uk/~rja14/Papers/ This is from Ross Anderson at Cambridge, who is well-known in the community. You want one of the Security Engineering chapters, starting at SE-01.pdf, but the're other stuff there ...


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I think you'll have fun getting to grips with Mainframe security, it's quite a different world. As @roryalsop says be very careful before you test a live mainframe, they tend to run very high value apps and can be fragile (i.e. if you break it, the test will likely end pretty quickly) Some resources I would recommend mainframes for security people ...


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Anything can be compromised, however traditional mainframe configurations are very well structured so generally it is considered much harder than, for example, an average server running PHP:-) Start with one of the security hardening guides for your mainframe. If you are running IBM, the manuals on IBM mainframe security will give you 95% of what you ...



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