Database security management refers to the collection of processes and procedures used to protect and secure a database or database management software from illegitimate activity and use, malicious threats, and attacks.
What Is Database Security Management?
Every asset of value needs protection for example, a piece of land, a house, money, or precious stones. Data is an asset and is no different.
Data can be described as anything that can be understood by humans or machine. This could range from personal files, banking details, and intellectual property to government classified files. It is collected, retained and shared from within a database system. Its value is measured by its accuracy, consistency, usability, relevance and availability. Modernization today has its foundations built on secure data and database systems. Births, deaths, education, immigration, banks, social security are just a few systems built on databases.