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SQL Server data encryption fast guide

  SQL Server encryption provides that extra protection to secure your database. Yet, it can be cumbersome to implement, and at times frustrating to troubleshoot

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errors. In this fast guide we've collected tips as well as your questions to our SQL Server experts, that will ultimately lead you to SQL Server data encryption best practices. Get specifics on encrypting your backup files, stored procedures, column data and more.

TABLE OF CONTENTS
   Encryption tips for a more secure SQL Server
   SQL Server 2005 encryption options
   Stored procedure encryption
   Get specifics on your encryption questions
 

 

Encryption tips for a more secure SQL Server

 

SQL Server 2005 encryption options
  • Image encryption in SQL Server 2005
    SQL Server 2005 may have better image encryption capabilities, but what if you haven't upgraded? Get the resources here to encrypt images now in SQL Server 2000.

 

Stored procedure encryption

 

Get specifics on your encryption questions
  • Using asymmetric encryption
    SQL Server Security expert Steven Andres explains how the asymmetric encryption system could help protect against an attacker.
  • Built-in facility to encrypt column data
    In this Ask the Expert, Kevin Kline responds to a question on whether or not SQL Server has a built-in facility to encrypt column data and explains how to encrypt other data in SQL Server.

 

This was first published in December 2006

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