1. Introduction to Vector Security : Security Alarms
Share this page                  
Security Alarms
Security alarms can be set up to monitor events against a database or individual tables. Such triggers on important databases and tables are useful in detecting unauthorized access.
Security alarms can monitor success or failure of connecting or disconnecting from a database, and selecting, deleting, inserting, or updating data in a table.
Security alarms can raise a database event (dbevent), which can be monitored by background programs that respond accordingly. Security alarms can be assigned to specific authorization identifiers to limit the monitoring to selected users, groups, or roles.