NoSQL databases today come with rudimentary security installed, but with some extra foresight, you can completely up the ante to secure all applications.
A security researcher has discovered that thousands of MongoDB databases are publicly exposed on the Internet, creating vulnerabilities for organizations.
Don't let your NoSQL database security — or lack thereof — keep you up at night. Instead, work on securing your dream apps throughout development.
Some 30,000 instances of MongoDB are accessible over the Internet because of a failure by database administrators to properly configure them.
NoSQL data storage systems have become popular due to their scalability and flexibility. This blog addresses some possible risks of the databases.
Innovative organizations are moving toward NoSQL databases, and security teams must be ready to protect data, ensure compliance and stave off attacks.
As more and more new development focuses on the social web and on analytics of high volumes and wide varieties of data, many new data systems, such as NoSQL and Hadoop-based systems, are being created and are evolving to meet the challenges,...