Mike Westendorf, of DB Services, offers up a checklist for developers to use to secure their clients data. Or for any FileMaker user, for that matter:
The FileMaker platform does a great job providing native security features for your organization. While no organization can have too much security, the key is finding a comfort level that best fits your company. I always recommend organizations sit down and really think about one question: What would happen if your data were to be compromised? Once you know the answer you can begin to draft and implement a security policy that is right for your organization.
I offer up my own checklist as a way to guide your security discussions and a reference for protecting your data. Keep in mind most businesses do not implement everything on this list. It is meant as a quick reference to spur discussion and ensure your application is protected.
Ever considered what would happen if your data was breached? Take the first step to prevent a breach by securing your application by reviewing our checklist.
This video is helpful for a more in depth look at security issues: