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SQL Anywhere 12.0.0 » SQL Anywhere Server - Database Administration » Security » Keeping your data secure

 

Controlling database access

By assigning user IDs and passwords, the database administrator controls who has access to a database. By granting permissions to each user ID, the database administrator controls which tasks each user can perform when connected to the database.

 Permission scheme is based on user IDs
 Using integrated logins

Increasing password security
Controlling the tasks users can perform
Designing database objects for security
Specifying secured features