Data breaches abound! SQL Server has several options to encrypt the data, Transparent Data Encryption, Cell Level Encryption and SQL Server 2016 Always Encrypted. Let’s review each option to hide the encrypt the data and learn about my experiences implementing Always Encrypted.
Tom Norman, Database Architect / DBA, KPA. In 1998, Tom changed his career focus to begin working with SQL Server. He has worked in all aspects of SQL Server including Administration, Database Development, BI and Reporting Services. He has worked in the Finance and Compliance industry. His experience has included International deployments. Tom is the leader of the PASS Virtualization chapter and the past President of the Denver SQL Server User Group.