Building Data Provenance from Database Log Files

Databases are an integral part of any organisations operations. They act as storage repositories for a large set of data that the respective organisation relies upon for their efficient operations. One of the commonly deployed and open source database application is MySQL. It collects and stores a large set of log files related to the … full description “Building Data Provenance from Database Log Files”

System Provenance Collection from a Client Workstation

A client workstation in an enterprise network is used by individual employees. They use this workstation to perform different activities, including accessing the data stored in the enterprise data repositories (i.e., Database). These activities, which relate to accessing the data and then using it on a workstation are the crucial missing element in data compliance … full description “System Provenance Collection from a Client Workstation”

System Provenance Collection from a Database Server

A database server is a collection of an Operating System (OS) at its core that hosts a database – accessible from various services and devices in an enterprise network. The activities observed on the database server are of immense importance to show compliance with data governance policies. A crucial element of such a compliance is … full description “System Provenance Collection from a Database Server”