Continuing from my first blog we will check some more access and authentication configurations. Focusing on removing unnecessary database privileges. After that we will configure the backend parameters correctly to have more robust PostgreSQL server/client sessions. And at last SSL encryption for these sessions will be configured.
This blog provides you with a short overview of easy to control settings that enhance your PostgreSQL security. Mostly by creating a separate group to assign privileged database members. And checking different logging and log rotations settings for better and more secure logging management.