The main question is: How secure is "Secure Enough"?
The answer to this question depends on what you're protecting, who you are protecting it from, and the likelihood of someone wanting to steal what you are protecting. You also need to understand the repercussions you would face if someone was able to successfully steal the things you are protecting. To summarize, you need to think about the questions: Who/what/how can data be accessed?
The definition of security is subjective. My idea of security may be different from yours as a reader of this book. In my view, the secured data can only be seen and edited by people who are qualified and authorized, and that data is protected from people who are not.
Security must be designed ...