Backups are a common cause for data breaches. Read on to find out, why strategies designed to protect the sensitive data within your database are often inadequate to provide the same protection within a backup.
SQL Server provides only one way to re-create a symmetric key multiple times. Read on to find out about the necessary extension to the CREATE SYMMETRIC KEY statement.
Do you think you can recreate a symmetric key that is protected by a certificate, by just using that same certificate? You might be in for a big surprise…
Are you a covered entity under the HIPAA rules and do you store PHI (Protected Health Information) in your database? Here are five reasons why you really should encrypt that data.
.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.