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You have sensitive data to encrypt, how are you going to implement that? Encrypt at application level or database level? What kind of encryption algorithm and key should you use? How to manage your ...

You have sensitive data to encrypt, how are you going to implement that? Encrypt at application level or database level? What kind of encryption algorithm and key should you use? How to manage your encryption keys? And, very importantly, will your implementation fly from an auditor’s point of view? This session will review the basics of SQL Server encryption concepts, and then walk you through the design of a real world example of large database encryption with SQL Server 2005 encryption that passed PCI DSS audit.

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