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30. Defining Accounts and Permissions

Mark Conway Munro1  
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Lewisburg, PA, USA
 
In this modern age of global network connectivity, the need to secure a database should be glaringly obvious. News stories about data breaches, leaked information, and malicious exploitation by hackers provide us a sobering warning about the dangers of unsecured data. As important as it is to stop unauthorized access by outsiders, security permission is a far more complex subject. Even authorized users require restrictions on their activity inside the database. Limitations on the content they can create, view, modify, and use are important to consider. Also, restricting ...

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