How do I deploy NetLib’s Transparent Database Encryption?

You start by using an included provided User Interface (or available Command-Line-Interface) to encrypt a database with a high level Encryption algorithm, a selected key length (up to 256 bit) and a pass-phrase. Next, you use another utility to secure your instance of SQL Server, MySQL or other application with the Encryptionizer engine. This allows your instance, and no other, to access your encrypted databases. Encryptionizer decrypts data on-the-fly completely transparently so that your application “thinks” it is using a “normal” database. There is no need to change any applications. What’s more, data is never decrypted on the disk, only in the server’s RAM for use by your application.