Databases are the Holy Grail for hackers, and as such, must be protected with utmost care. This is the first in a series of articles from Teleport where they give an overview of best practices for securing databases.
They’re starting with one of the most popular open-source databases, PostgreSQL, and will go over several levels of security you’d need to think about:
- Network-level security
- Transport-level security
- Database-level security