In computer blog reviews top marks are always given when an application developer includes the ability for users to back up their data. You might be thinking “But users already have MS Backup, Norton Utilities etc.”, and this is true they have. But many computer users do not have confidence in their ability to use such products – have they chosen the right files/directory? Is there some setting they have overlooked? etc
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User Access Control Features
Licensing and Registration Features
We live in an age where very sensitive data needs to be stored, and it needs to be stored in a safe way so that it cannot be stolen, or altered, by users, or programs, without the appropriate access. Data stored in persistent storage (like on a hard drive, or in a database) is known as "Data At Rest".
Security implemented provides security for data at rest, and provides Field-Level encryption to selected fields in the database.
When considering how best to protect the data, it is worth understanding the sort of protections that may be required.
There are also two categories of data that have to be protected
To accomplish the above two basic security techniques are used to protect data which is at rest.