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Chapter 24. Securing Multiuser Network A... > Maintaining Database Security

Maintaining Database Security

Database security prevents unauthorized persons from accidentally or intentionally viewing, modifying, deleting, or destroying information contained in a database. Database security is of primary concern in a multiuser environment, although you may want to use Access' security features to prevent others from viewing or modifying databases stored on your single-user computer. This section describes the multilayered security features of networked Access databases and how you use these features to ensure a secure database system.

Specifying the Principles of Database Security on a LAN

Ten basic principles of database security exist for databases installed on a LAN. Five of these principles are associated with the network operating system:


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