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Exam 1D0-541 topic 1 question 29 discussion

Actual exam question from CIW's 1D0-541
Question #: 29
Topic #: 1
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Your enterprise is developing a database system that will contain highly sensitive data. Security of the data will take priority over database processing speed.
Which database protection technique should be employed?

  • A. Backups
  • B. User views
  • C. Encryption
  • D. Integrity controls
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C. Encryption When security of highly sensitive data takes priority over database processing speed, employing encryption is a crucial database protection technique. Encryption is the process of converting data into a secure format that can only be read or decrypted by authorized parties with the appropriate encryption keys. Here's why encryption is a suitable choice in this scenario:
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Data Security: Encryption ensures that even if unauthorized access to the database occurs, the data remains protected and unreadable without the decryption keys. Data Confidentiality: Highly sensitive data, such as personal information, financial records, or classified information, can be kept confidential through encryption. Data Privacy Compliance: Encryption is often a requirement for compliance with data privacy regulations, such as GDPR, HIPAA, or PCI DSS, when handling sensitive information. Protection Against Insider Threats: Even authorized database administrators or personnel cannot access the sensitive data without proper authorization and keys. Data at Rest and Data in Transit: Encryption can be applied to both data at rest (stored data) and data in transit (data transferred between systems), providing comprehensive security.
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