Here we find the summary of the content provided on the month of September, dedicated to Data Encryption.
With many high-profile data security breaches, data encryption has become a focus item up to the CIO and CEO levels. Any loss or exposure of sensitive data might cause irreparable damage to the business and might result in high penalties. One of the ways to protect data is using encryption.
There have been several high visibility data exposures in the news over the last year or so. As a Db2 DBA, one of your responsibilities is the protection of the data your business needs to run. Your auditors, internal and external, may be demanding action to protect your valuable Db2 data.
Do you really understand what might change in your Db2 world as a result of moving to an encrypted database? To help avoid unpleasant surprises, here's a little cheat-sheet on things to consider before using Db2 Native Encryption.
We want to know what hardware acceleration is leveraged by DB2 Native Encryption, how we enable it, what code levels we need to be on, and how can we tell it is active?