Security best practices for PostgreSQL

Securing data with PostgreSQL

Security best practices for PostgreSQL - whitepaper from EDB
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It’s important to have a layered security model that addresses physical security, network security, host access control, database access management, and data security, but this report will specifically drill down into the capabilities of PostgreSQL for securing data. 

Download this whitepaper to get: 

  • A framework and a series of recommendations to secure and protect a PostgreSQL database
  • Outlines for adding PostgreSQL security features to the AAA (Authentication, Authorisation, and Auditing) framework
  • Tips for preventing an SQL injection attack

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