SQL SERVER – History of SQL Server Database Encryption

I recently met Michael Coles and Rodeney Landrum the author of one of the kind book Expert SQL Server 2008 Encryption at SQLPASS in Seattle. During the conversation we ended up how Microsoft is evolving encryption technology. The same discussion lead to talking about history of encryption tools in SQL…
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SQLAuthority News – Book Review – Expert SQL Server 2008 Encryption by Michael Coles

Expert SQL Server 2008 Encryption (Paperback) Michael Coles (Author), Rodney Landrum (Author) Link to Amazon “What is your opinion on encryption? What I mean is: In a world filled with data, how do you see encryption?” This is the precise question Michael Coles posed to me on March 3rd of…
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SQLAuthority News – Database Encryption in SQL Server 2008 Enterprise Edition

Database Encryption in SQL Server 2008 Enterprise Edition SQL Server Technical Article Writers: Sung Hsueh Technical Reviewers: Raul Garcia, Sameer Tejani, Chas Jeffries, Douglas MacIver, Byron Hynes, Ruslan Ovechkin, Laurentiu Cristofor, Rick Byham, Sethu Kalavakur Published: February 2008 TDE does not replace cell-level encryption, EFS, or BitLocker. This white paper…
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SQL SERVER – Introduction to SQL Server Encryption and Symmetric Key Encryption Tutorial with Script

SQL Server 2005 and SQL Server 2008 provide encryption as a new feature to protect data against hackers’ attacks. Hackers might be able to penetrate the database or tables, but owing to encryption they would not be able to understand the data or make use of it. Nowadays, it has become imperative to encrypt crucial security-related data while storing in the database as well as during transmission across a network between the client and the server.

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