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Data Security databases
Data Security Manager Help | Data Security Solutions | Version 7.8.x
Websense Data Security has 2 databases for incident and forensics data:
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The incident database contains information about policy breaches, such as what rule was matched, how many times, what were the violation triggers, what was the date, channel, source, ID, and more. It is stored in Microsoft SQL Server along with policy configuration data.
When the incident database gets very large, it is partitioned so you can archive it onto different physical disks. You do this by navigating to Settings > General > Archive and using the options on the resulting screen.
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The forensics repository contains information about the transaction that resulted in the incident, such as the contents of an email body: From:,To:, Cc: fields; attachments, URL category, hostname, file name, and more.
To configure the size and location of the forensics repository, navigate to Settings > Deployment > System Modules and click Forensics Repository on the management server.
Both incident data and forensics data are displayed in the Incidents, Last n days report.

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