How to secure your valuable and sensitive data in mySQL

If you use mySQL, you want your data protected, right? Follow these steps to clamp down mySQL.

Last Updated: August 2nd, 2006 • HowTo •

Every DBA has a responsibility in protecting their database and providing enough security so the corresponding people have the right access. posted a short article of six steps on how to secure your valuable and sensitive data on mySQL. The article discusses the different areas to protect and how to go about it.

If you use mySQL and hold the position of Database Administrator in a corporate environment, you definitely need to bookmark this article.

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