Evaluating Security Risks of Databases in 2022

In 2021, we experienced the highest average total cost of data breaches across the globe: $4.24 million. Hacker attacks are getting more and more complex and sophisticated, and force businesses to bulletproof their database security standards. Data breaches and exposure leads to detrimental consequences and causes legal, financial, and reputational losses. Implementing regular and consistent database security checks will largely reduce the chances of a successful hacker attack. In this article, we will go over the main threats associated with database security, as well as learn how to evaluate database risks and remove them. Tips from a software development company with vast experience – inside. Keep reading

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OpenLamp.tech issue #3 – 5 MySQL String Functions You Should Know

Issue #3 of OpenLamp.tech, the newsletter for PHP/MySQL developers, is now available. This is the deep-dive/featured piece edition, 5 MySQL String Functions You Should Know, and you don’t want to miss it…

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CSV – SQL Import/Export Compilation

CSV or SQL? SQL or CSV? How about together? Without a doubt, CSV’s are one of the most common and familiar data interchange formats. Importing and exporting CSV data into or out of an SQL database is a staple process in most every data workflow. I’ve written numerous blog posts on both importing and exporting CSV data in an SQL environment. In this post, I am including all of these specific posts (as of the time of writing) in one easy-to-read and centralized location…

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