One Billion – The number of accounts affected by security breaches during the last ten years. Is the data of your customers safe with you?
Encrypting important data is not enough. You also need to handle the encryption keys correctly. Read on to see what flawed key management can result in.
Don’t get caught in this nasty trap that will cause all your encrypted data to be wiped out. Discover how to use the OPEN SYMMETRIC KEY statement correctly to protect yourself (and your data) from this ugly surprise.
Is the BACKUP ASYMMETRIC KEY statement really missing from the T-SQL language? Read on to discover the truth and see if there are any viable alternatives.
.NET Strong name files are built to hold a single asymmetric key pair. Read on to discover how to generate SQL Server asymmetric keys form strong name files.