Database Activity Monitoring (DAM) policies : Managing DAM policies
Managing DAM policies
The DAM Alert Policy and DAM Audit Policy pages display all policies with status, policy name, and supported databases information.
Use these pages to perform the following tasks:
Use the Data Policies list at the bottom of the page to create a new policy (see “Data policies”).
Modify the pre-defined policies by clicking the policy name (see “Privilege policies”, “Metadata policies”, “PCI, SOX, and HIPAA alert policies”, and “PCI, SOX, and HIPAA alert policies”).
Delete user-defined policies by selecting the policy's check box, then clicking Delete.
Filter the view by selecting an option from the View list.
Navigate to the modifying the group page by clicking the Edit button.
Search and create a new group page by clicking the Search / New Group button.
The following table describes each icon in the policy table list.
Data Policy:
Table Policy monitors/audits suspicious reads and writes on specific tables
Table and Column Policy monitors/audits suspicious reads and writes on specific table columns
Session Policy monitors/audits suspicious session behavior
User Policy monitors/audits suspicious reads and writes by specific users
Database Policy(for Auditing) audits activities reads and writes on specific databases
Database Query Policy(for Alert) queries database data value at intervals that you specify
indicates a privilege policy
indicates a metadata policy
indicates a PCI, SOX, and HIPAA
indicates the policy has a problem.
indicates the policy is disabled.
indicates the policy is enabled.
Policy Name
User defined policy name, or pre-defined name
User configurable severity level (Not available for Audit Policy). There are 5 levels of severity:
Informational (default)
Supported Databases
All, or specify database type, or have fixed setting for each database