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IBM Security Ideas Portal

Shape the future of IBM Security

We invite you to shape the future of IBM, including the product roadmap, by submitting enhancement ideas that matter to you the most.

Here's how it works:

Post your ideas

Start by posting ideas and requests to enhance a product or service. Take a look at ideas others have posted and vote for them if they matter to you,

  1. Post an idea

  2. Vote for ideas that matter most to you

  3. Get feedback from the IBM team to refine your idea


Help IBM prioritize your ideas and requests

The IBM team may need your help to refine the ideas so they may ask for more information or feedback. The offering manager team will then decide if they can begin working on your idea. If they can start during the next development cycle, they will put the idea on the priority list. Each team at IBM works on a different schedule, where some ideas can be implemented right away, others may be placed on a different schedule.


Receive notification on the decision

Some ideas can be implemented at IBM, while others may not fit within the development plans for the product. In either case, the team will let you know as soon as possible. In some cases, we may be able to find alternatives for ideas which cannot be implemented in a reasonable time.


Post an Idea

To post a new idea - click on the "Add a new idea" button and where asked select the appropriate category this idea relates to. Provide requested information to allow us to get a better understanding of your request.


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All ideas submitted via this portal are visible to all other portal users, though personal information fields remain hidden. If you would rather have your idea visible to only you and IBM then use the IBM Security Private Ideas Portal instead.


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IBM Guardium Activity Monitor

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Monitoring tools for STAP/GIM RAM consumption on server side

We would like to have similar functionalities as per the following STAP-UTILS parameters also for memory RAM: STAP-UTILS_MONITOR_AUTO_KILL_ON_CPU_LEVEL STAP-UTILS_MONITOR_TRACE_HIGH_CPU_LEVEL STAP-UTILS_MONITOR_AUTO_KILL_ON_CPU_ENABLE
7 days ago in Guardium Data Protection / IBM Guardium Activity Monitor 1 Under review

Need FQDN to resolve to SQL clusters

We have several SQL clusters with databases resolving to only FQDNs instead of the standard servername:port When the clusters change IP addresses the dashboards report that Inspection Engines that were originally installed upon database discovery ...
8 days ago in Guardium Data Protection / IBM Guardium Activity Monitor 1 Under review

Syslog message template needs to be enhanced to accept fields like "Table Name", "Column Name", "Shema Name" etc which are part of Sensitive data scanning report.

Since the scan result is so important and to reduce the false positive we need those to be integrate with Splunk or chronicle kind of data analysis solution.
16 days ago in Guardium Data Protection / IBM Guardium Activity Monitor 1 Under review

GIM server support for SSL certificate chain in GIM client certificates

The SSL certificate chain order consists of root certificates, intermediate certificates, and the end-user certificate. Root CAs are a trusted source of certificates. Intermediate CAs are bridges that link the end-user certificate to the root CA. ...
about 2 months ago in Guardium Data Protection / IBM Guardium Activity Monitor 1 Under review

GIM server support for SSL certificate chain in GIM client certificates

The SSL certificate chain order consists of root certificates, intermediate certificates, and the end-user certificate. Root CAs are a trusted source of certificates. Intermediate CAs are bridges that link the end-user certificate to the root CA. ...
about 2 months ago in Guardium Data Protection / IBM Guardium Activity Monitor 1 Under review

Request to replace RHEL7 in Guardium appliance

Guardium appliance 11.4 runs on RHEL7 whose EOL is June 30, 2024. We need to migrate before that date. Request to have replacement RHEL latest by December, 2023. Our corporate policy is not to run unsupported OS.
2 months ago in Guardium Data Protection / IBM Guardium Activity Monitor 1 Planned for future release

One Record for Audit Task and Audit Process modification

Costumer want to audit Guardium Activity (Using Guardium User Activity Audit domain). When any user creates or delete an audit task, they need to got the audit process asociated in the same record. The problem comes because they have the same task...
2 months ago in Guardium Data Protection / IBM Guardium Activity Monitor 1 Under review

CyberArk integration - reconcile end user that checked out generic ID

We would like to ensure that admins are checking out DB credentials from CyberArk before logging into the DB. We would like an integration with CyberArk where Guardium can access the check-out/check-in information and correlate that with DB login ...
4 months ago in Guardium Data Protection / IBM Guardium Activity Monitor 1 Under review

External Feed Process Optimization

One of my customers export almost every activity to an Oracle Database, but while inserting report results to the database, it causes the performance issue on the DB site because it inserts every column as a SQL statement. The customer requests Gu...
4 months ago in Guardium Data Protection / IBM Guardium Activity Monitor 1 Under review

Openstack cloud and oracle DB support

Openstack cloud and Oracle DB support is needed to support the On Prem databases
4 months ago in Guardium Data Protection / IBM Guardium Activity Monitor 1 Under review