Invalidating the data store

Figure 8-1shows an overview of the TDE column encryption process.

As shown in Figure 8-1, the master encryption key is stored in an external security module that is outside the database and accessible only to the security administrator.

There is one Citizen bug addressed in this fix that removes the “no category” option from the category selector.

Transparent Data Encryption(TDE) enables you to encrypt sensitive data, such as credit card numbers, stored in tables and tablespaces.

Hi, I'm getting a bit lost in the new Arc GIS Enterprise terminology - can someone point me to some document that explains what the Arc GIS Data Store and specifically the relational data store have to do with the good old Enterprise Geodatabase based on RDBMS products such as Oracle, MS SQL Serverv or Postgres?

TDE column encryption uses the two-tiered, key-based architecture to transparently encrypt and decrypt sensitive table columns.

Using an external security module (wallet/HSM) separates ordinary program functions from encryption operations, making it possible to divide duties between database administrators and security administrators.

Security is enhanced because the wallet password can be unknown to the database administrator, requiring the security administrator to provide the password.

This chapter is divided into the following topics: Oracle Database uses authentication, authorization, and auditing mechanisms to secure data in the database, but not in the operating system data files where data is stored.

To protect these data files, Oracle Database provides Transparent Data Encryption (TDE). To prevent unauthorized decryption, TDE stores the encryption keys in a security module external to the database.

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