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Can you be more specific? Do you mean by securing the data within the database and ensuring only the users can read/write their own data and no one outside of your team can alter the data within the database directly?

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For users, I would say yes. But you have to define the database rules for users to prevent any unauthorized user from reading or writing certain data.

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