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I currently monitor Hadoop on-prem with Guardium, but this environment is in the process of being migrated to AWS, where EC2 will not be deployed so that I can install the agent and monitor it. I opened a ticket with IBM to check compatibility and...
Support for Namespaces in integration with Hashicorp Vault
Please add a functionality for Guardium configuration form in Hashicorp Vault integration to include a dialog box to choose Namespace. As the default when configured it uses the root namespace which client does not have access to.
Enable Guardium Group wildcards for Classification Policy Data Rules
Sometimes, for specific types of sensitive data, it's not possible to specify a Regex to find repeatable patterns. For example, when trying to look for addresses or surnames contained in DB data, a Regex is not suitable. For these type of use case...
Classifier report showing DB system tables exclude grdapi turned on/off per classifier scenario
There is a grdapi that can turn on/off the exclude system tables for classifier scan for a scenario. A report showing this flag's status for the existing scenarios will be very helpful for a large classifier environment where there could be requir...
Classifier support for all and new database platforms that are supported by Guardium
Classifier is agentless and therefore we should support most database engines/platforms out there. In the create datasource definition page we should list out all the database engines/platforms that are supported by database activity monitoring al...
Add ability to select multiple category as a Classifier rule category attribute
Currently the UI only supports a single category for a classifier category attribute value. Such as SOX, Sensitive, CCPA and so on. Clients would like to indicate rules that falls under multiple category. such as both CCPA and SOX, or CCPA and PII...