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DB Networks Selected to Present "Protecting EMR From the Insider Threat" at HIMSS 16 Next Week
Company President and COO Steve Hunt to discuss how advanced user behavioral analytics immediately identify compromised credentials and attacks on EMR data stores

SAN DIEGO, Feb. 24, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- DB Networks®, a leader in database cybersecurity, today announced that it will be speaking at the HIMSS 16 Conference and Exposition, being held in Las Vegas next week.

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DB Networks President and COO Steve Hunt will present "Protecting EMR from the Insider Threat" on March 1 from 10:45 am PST to 11:15 PST in the Cybersecurity Command Center of HIMSS 16, being held at the Venetian Palazzo Sands Expo Center.

Insider threats are typically not simply "rogue" healthcare employees stealing EMR, but often attackers using stolen credentials to slip through health information security systems. In this session, attendees will learn how security systems based on machine learning and behavioral analysis immediately identify credential abuse and attacks on EMR data stores.

DB Networks is dedicated to protecting mission critical databases, including EMR databases, through its patented machine learning and behavioral analysis security technologies. Operating non-intrusively at the database tier, directly in front of the EMR database servers, the DBN-6300 is in the optimal location to conduct deep analysis of the EMR database traffic. The DBN-6300 immediately identifies compromised database credentials, non-intrusively discovers all databases (including the undocumented databases), pinpoints traffic to/from restricted segments, and detects advanced database attacks.

For a personal demonstration of innovative products using this approach and the opportunity to meet with members of the DB Networks team, visit DB Networks at HIMSS 16 – booth #9908-13 at the Venetian Palazzo Sands Expo Center in Las Vegas from Feb. 29March 4.

About Steve Hunt
Mr. Hunt is responsible for leading the development and operation of the company. Prior to DB Networks, Mr. Hunt was SVP, Engineering and Operations at Coradiant, and later was a member of their Technical Advisory Board before it was acquired by BMC Software. He was an early employee and VP Engineering at security company Netsift (acquired by Cisco Systems in 2005). He was also an early employee at Copper Mountain (IPO in 1999), holding several positions starting as VP Engineering and later as GM & SVP Engineering. Mr. Hunt spent many years at Bell Labs, including heading its Internetworking Department. He earned a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Drexel and a M.S. in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University.

About DB Networks®
DB Networks innovates database cybersecurity products. Its customers include the world's largest financial institutions, healthcare providers, manufacturers, and governments. DB Networks technology non-intrusively assesses database infrastructures through deep protocol extraction, machine learning, and behavioral analysis. Customers gain insights by discovering all active databases, and identifying tables being accessed and the specific applications accessing the databases. In addition, analyzing application database access that deviates from the model of normal application behavior immediately identifies database attacks. DB Networks is a privately held company headquartered in San Diego, Calif. For more information, call (800) 598-0450 or visit the DB Networks website, Twitter page, LinkedIn page, Google+ page, and YouTube channel.

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Dan Spalding
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