How secure is it?

1. Ensure secure data storage: Data should be stored in a secure database, protected against unauthorized access, and backed up regularly.

2. Use strong passwords: Passwords should be randomly generated and updated regularly to prevent unauthorized access.

3. Implement multi-factor authentication: Multi-factor authentication should be used to prevent unauthorized access to sensitive data, by confirming the identity of the user with multiple levels of security.

4. Encrypt data: Sensitive data should be encrypted both at rest and in transit, making it unreadable to anyone who doesn’t have the correct encryption key.

5. Monitor user activity: User activity should be monitored and suspicious activity flagged to detect any malicious behavior.

6. Limit access to privileged users: Access to sensitive data should be limited to privileged users only, and their access should be regularly monitored and audited.

7. Use secure software development practices: Write secure code, test all changes on a staging server, and employ secure coding best practices.

8. Maintain a secure network: Keep your network safe with strong firewalls, antivirus software, and intrusion detection systems.

9. Follow security policies: Have clear and consistent security policies in place, and ensure that everyone follows them.