Easily Encrypt SQL Server Databases and Backups - All Versions and Editions
NetLib sponsored on-demand webinar
Unencrypted data at rest, such as the information stored in Microsoft SQL Server databases, is a frequent vector for attacks. Theft of data is so common that many standards and regulations such as GDPR, CCPA, and HIPAA require that information be stored in an encrypted format.
Encryption should be a best practice for all DBAs and software engineers, but it can seem daunting to implement. You might be faced with the prospect of upgrading your SQL Server, changing editions, or recoding your applications.
NetLib Security's Encryptionizer is a FIPS 140-2 platform that runs on all versions and editions of SQL Server. From SQL 2005 to SQL 2019, from Express to Enterprise, on Windows servers and workstations. It encrypts the SQL Server data files, transaction logs, backups, and file streams. And Encryptionizer is transparent to your applications with virtually no performance impact and no code changes required.
Come to our demo, and in a few clicks, you’ll learn how to:
- Encrypt data with industry standard AES-256 algorithms
- Secure your SQL Server instances with one or more keys
- Rotate encryption keys, and store them in a secure key vault
- Package your SQL Server based applications with redistributable versions of Encryptionizer
Speaker - David Stonehill
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