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And more secure (no need to fear about malicious "hidden fields" or things like that)I think you are right, my bad for trying to overlook View Models. I usually go one step further as per Dino Esposito's blog and create Input Models too, a tad belt and braces but it works quite well.Just means 2 extra models per models - doh ;-)One of the problems with this approach is that you can't mock db. EF has a reasonably good mocking story elsewhere - it's pretty annoying that (so far as I can tell) they don't have one here. I believe there is yet another way to approach this as well.This includes establishing standards for investigating a data breach and providing requirements for notifying regulators and consumers.

In late 2014, the NAIC Executive (EX) Committee appointed the Cybersecurity (EX) Working Group to serve as the central focus for insurance regulatory activities related to cybersecurity.These documents serve as the chassis for building the Insurance Data Security Model Law.Cyber Risk Management In recent years, the demand for cyber insurance has increased significantly in response to sharply heightened risk awareness.Well, in my current project (many entities too) we started with working on Models, thinking we would lose time working with View Models.We're now going to View Models, and with (not negligible) infrastructure work at start, it's far, far, far clearer and easier to maintain now.