Always Encrypted feature in SQL Server

Always Encrypted is used for encryption at the column level rather than the entire database. It provides both data at rest as well in memory (in flight). It is different from column (cell-level) and Transparent Data Encryption (TDE) which uses keys and certificates, which are stored in the database. In the case of Always Encrypted, … Continue reading “Always Encrypted feature in…

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Always Encrypted feature in SQL Server

Always Encrypted is used for encryption at the column level rather than the entire database. It provides both data at rest as well in memory (in flight). It is different from column (cell-level) and Transparent Data Encryption (TDE) which uses keys and certificates, which are stored in the database.

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