Encrypting in MongoDB? You’ll Need a Third Party Key Manager

Database security is a vital component of an overall data protection strategy, especially for organizations that manage and store highly sensitive data, such as financial information or health records. MongoDB is a non-relational, or noSQL database that has quickly become one of the world's biggest database players, competing with large incumbent companies like Oracle and Microsoft SQL Server. noSQL databases are [...]

Key Management – A Beginners Guide

Key management refers to the process of creating, using, storing, exchanging, archiving, discarding, and replacing cryptographic keys in an encryption system. Its purpose is to secure an organization’s keys, and to prevent cybercriminals or unauthorized individuals from accessing and corrupting sensitive data that has been protected through encryption.

Beyond Data Encryption – The Need for an Enterprise Key Management System

Enterprise Strategy Group (ESG) is an IT analyst, research, validation, and strategy firm that provides market intelligence and actionable insight to the global IT community. This report provides insight into why organizations must prioritize an efficient key management strategy alongside encryption for adequate cybersecurity and breaks down the challenges and requirements of modern key management. Abstract: Encryption is crucial to [...]

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