I've been in security for a while now but I'm relatively new to privacy. I've been studying differential privacy and its application to databases. However I'm still a little confused about where security and privacy intersects. Security of a database involves protecting the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of the data stored within the database. However, privacy would just preserve confidentiality.
With that in mind, would a differentially private SQL database be relatively more secure from an SQL injection?