How to Secure and Protect a PostgreSQL Database
Top of mind for every organization today is how to plan and implement an architecture that follows enterprise-level best practices for security. Start by thinking of adding security in layers and use a strategy of granting the least access necessary for any job or role. In addition, remember that you have to be able to block unnecessary access at the earliest opportunity.
Securing and protecting a PostgreSQL database requires a model that addresses physical security, network security, host access control, database access management, and data security.
With my database security strategy, I need to: