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Transparent Data Encryption (TDE) – Encryptionizer vs. SQL Server

NetLib® Encryptionizer® TDE offers some important advantages over MS SQL Server’s Transparent Data Encryption (TDE)

Differences Between Whole Database and Column Encryption

NetLib® Encryptionizer® is the only product line that can provide both whole database and column-level encryption for all Editions of SQL Server (not just Enterprise). Below is a discussion of each of the methods by which data in SQL Server can be protected. NetLib Encryptionizer Whole Database Encryption and Column Encryption products can be layered… Read More

Automatic Whole Database Encryption – How It Works

The purpose of whole database encryption is to make a database unusable if it is stolen, copied, downloaded, lost, or otherwise improperly accessed. It is fast, unobtrusive, requires no programming, no administration, and can usually be deployed in a couple of hours or less. Whole database encryption uses completely on-the-fly, dynamic encryption and decryption. Data… Read More

Encryptionizer Vs. Whole Disk Encryption (WDE)

Encryptionizer allows the separation of roles of the Data Owner, Application Owner and Computer Owner.  Often with WDE, Encryption keys are in the hands of the computer owner or Computer Admin.  Encryptionizer allows the protection of application data from the Computer admin, allowing the Application or Data owner to maintain control of the data – all… Read More

How Can I Lock Down my distributed SQL or SQL Express Application?

As a commercial developer looking to distribute your SQL based or SQL-Express based application, you would like to provide your users with the ability to encrypt their data that is held in your application. In addition, you want to prevent users from accidentally (or maliciously): Issuing ad-hoc queries through SQL Management Studio, Enterprise Manager, or… Read More

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