Transparently Encrypt Data on All Versions and Editions of Microsoft SQL Server
Data thieves are targeting SMB companies because of their inadequate security practices. The most critical barrier SMB companies face is access to compliance solutions that are affordable and easy to deploy.
In this 30-minute webinar, learn how Townsend Security's Alliance Key Manager and NetLib's Encryptionizer can transparently protect your critical information - whether it is in the SQL Server database, column, folder, or file - without upgrading to SQL Server Enterprise Edition.
Join Patrick Townsend, Founder & CEO of Townsend Security, and Neil Weicher, Founder & CTO of NetLib, to hear more about:
Using Encryptionizer for SQL Server for TDE in all versions and editions of SQL Server: Express through Enterprise
Encryption key management using the Townsend Security’s Alliance Key Manager (AKM)
Securing data on SQL Server in the cloud
Enforcing dual control and separation of duties for compliance by storing encrypted data away from the encryption keys
Managing encryption keys through their entire lifecycle