A multitude of commercial applications rely on Database Management Systems (DBMS) that provide organized collection of data; for example, modelling the availability of airline flights and seating in a way that supports reservation and sales of air transportation. DBMSs are specially designed software applications that interact with other applications and users to capture and analyze data. A general-purpose DBMS is a software system designed to allow the definition, creation, querying, update, and administration of databases. For the purposes of this paper, we assume that the database is front-ended by web services for database access and query. This paper discusses the current approach to database access and privilege by web services. The paper then discusses the high-assurance paradigm called Enterprise Level Security. We the discuss changes that are required by a high-assurance end-to-end approach. The latter rely on a well-formed security paradigm for the enterprise.