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 Author Liam Cleary  Views 1240 View Original Article

So as you may know, SQL 2016 reached RTM on June 1st, and as such are now able to take advantage of the new “Always Encryption” within your environments. The encryption works by using multiple keys to ensure that not even the SQL Server itself can decrypt the data without the key. The two keys are: Column Master Key Column Encryption Key The column Master Key is stored away from the SQL Server on an application server that would be connecting to SQL. This key is used to protect the…
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