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Cryptography In The Database

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How many of you are looking to secure your databases?

If anyone hasn't raised their hand, then something is wrong. Everyone should be looking to secure their databases better and better given the constant security breeches that we see over and over again.

One of the ways that will likely become more widely used over time is encryption. This is a tough topic and difficult to implement successfully, but more and more people are working on it.

SQLServerCentral.com has received a sample chapter from a new book, Cryptography in the Database: The Last Line of Defense By: Kevin Kenan. Chapter two covers the basics of cryptography and some of the issues that you need to be aware of when using encryption techniques.

Read Chapter 2 Now (PDF - 109kb)

Click here for more info or to buy the book!

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