Month: February 2016

RAP now uses Azure Threat Detection

Following launch of the Azure SQL Threat Detection service by Microsoft recently, we are pleased to announce that all Risk Assurance Platform (RAP) instances are now threat-protection enabled.

This service, outlined in more detail here works to detect attempts to bypass the correct application layer to allow a hacker to extract SQL table data. By looking for SQL Injection as well as other hacking vectors, these attempts are reported to the RAP support team in real-time allowing us to thwart such attacks before they can access any client data.
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