Security-drawbacks of data distribution, Database Management System

Security: In a centralised system, access to the data can be simply controlled. Though, in a distributed DBMS not only does access to replicated data have to be controlled in many locations, but also the network required to be secured. Networks over a period have become more secure, still there is a long way to go.

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