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Access Controls in PostgreSQL

Umair Shahid talks about access rights:

Access control is a fundamental aspect of database security, ensuring that only authorized users can perform specific actions on the data. Effective access control helps protect sensitive information from unauthorized access and prevents data breaches, which can have severe legal and financial repercussions for organizations.

PostgreSQL has a strong reputation for reliability, feature robustness, and performance. One of its notable strengths is its comprehensive support for various access control mechanisms, which allow database administrators to finely tune who can access what data and how.

It turns out that there’s a lot of overlap in how these work between SQL Server and Postgres, though the exact syntax may be a bit different for certain items.

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