This June we had a chance to participate in MongoDB World 2019 in New York City as an exhibitor. It was a great time as MongoDB professionals from around the world attended. We had an opportunity to ask them about their company's encryption and key management practices. Below are the results as well as some expert weigh-in on the findings. Enjoy!
If you are looking to protect your encryption keys for your sensitive data in MongoDB, you need a FIPS 140-2 compliant centralized key manager that:
- Never charges you additional fees for connecting a new end-point.
- Never limits the number of end-points based on the model of the KMS.
- Never limits the number of encryption keys generated or stored.
- Never forces you to pay extra fees for software patches.
- Never forces you to pay extra fees for routine software upgrades.
- Always gives you unmatched customer service.
- Always protects your keys, 24/7.
You need Alliance Key Manager for MongoDB.