An Architecture for Regulatory Compliant Database Management
Source: University of Illinois
Spurred by financial scandals and privacy concerns, governments worldwide have moved to ensure confidence in digital records by regulating their retention and deletion. These requirements have led to a huge market for compliance storage servers, which ensure that data are not shredded or altered before the end of their mandatory retention period. These servers preserve unstructured and semi-structured data at a le-level granularity: email, spreadsheets, reports, instant messages. In this paper, authors extend this level of protection to structured data residing in relational databases.