Prevent unauthorized access to data in databases and achieve efficiencies in database consolidation. Adherence to this standard will ensure data consistency, proper management of disaster recovery, backups, point in time recovery processes and application testing.
Administrative privileges include the administration of a database, database objects and users. These privileges are explained in the following categories:
Developer privileges include the modification of a specific set of database objects. For example using the commands ALTER, CREATE, and DROP of database objects such as tables, functions, procedures, triggers, views, and roles.
Administrative privileges are not freely given to applications or non-administrative personnel.
This standard applies to all executive branch state agencies including the University Systems Office but excluding other higher education institutions, i.e. campuses and agricultural and research centers.
North Dakota's CIO/CTO directs that IT Policy be created to establish statewide information technology policies and standards as defined within ND Century Code (Chapter 54-59-09).
Non-compliance with this standard shall be reported to the Office of the State Auditor.
Revision Number: 1
Revision Date: 2006-05-15
Effective Date: 2006-05-15
Last Reviewed: 2020-01-07