The official PASS Blog is where you’ll find the latest blog posts from PASS community members and the PASS Board. Contributors share their thoughts and discuss a wide variety of topics spanning PASS and the data community.

Test Driving Always Encrypted with Secure Enclaves in SQL Server 2019

In this article, I’ll walk through the steps for setting up your environment so that you can start working with Always Encrypted using secure enclaves. This is a new security feature in SQL Server 2019 (still in preview at press time) that protects sensitive data from highly privileged but unauthorized users (such as DBAs and machine admins), while preserving SQL Server’s ability to perform rich queries against the very same data.

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Introducing Always Encrypted with Secure Enclaves in SQL Server 2019

There are several encryption features that have been around in SQL Server for a long time. For starters, column-level encryption has been available since SQL Server 2005. This type of encryption uses either certificates or symmetric keys such that, without the required certificate or key,...

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