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Protecting Sensitive Data In And Around A Microsoft SQL Server Database - White Paper

Protecting Sensitive Data In And Around A Microsoft SQL Server Database - White Paper

At first blush, simply encrypting the database itself would be sufficient to secure data at rest in inside of the Microsoft SQL Server (SQL Server) database software running on Windows server platforms. However, enterprises storing sensitive data in a SQL Server database need to consider the locations around the database where sensitive data relating to SQL Server might reside, even outside the direct control of the Database Administrators (DBAs). For example, it is well within the realm of possibility that a SQL Server database could encounter an error that would cause it to send information containing sensi-tive data into a trace file or the alert log.

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