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10. Database Security and Security Patterns

Louis Davidson1  
Antioch, TN, USA

Do not think because an accident hasn’t happened to you that it can’t happen.

—Safety Saying, Circa Early 1900s

There are so many threats to your security that it is essential to remain ever vigilant—though not so vigilant that you end up with your server in a bunker of lead, wearing a tinfoil hat and keeping data completely inaccessible to even your users. Business needs connectivity to customers, and customers need connectivity to their data. With that having been said, security is a very important task when setting up and deploying ...

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