Dynamic Data Masking is a feature in SQL Server 2016 that is designed to return a custom mask of information for sensitve data in columns.
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- Stairway to Dynamic Data Masking
- Dynamic Data Masking
- Books Online - Dynamic Data Masking
- A Very Quick Post on SQL Server 2016 Dynamic Data Masking
- Getting started with SQL Database Dynamic Data Masking (Azure)
- Dynamic Data Masking in Azure SQL Database (Channel 9 video)
- Dynamic Data Masking–highlighting the latest improvements
- Exploring SQL Server 2016 Dynamic Data Masking – Part One
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