A New Approach to Data Privacy: MongoDB Client-Side Field Level Encryption

PublishedFebruary 12, 2020

Public concern for the safety of personal data in growing, with industry regulation holding companies to account in how they collect, store, and process data.

Learn how MongoDB’s Client-Side Field Level Encryption (FLE) presents a new approach to data protection. With FLE, you can selectively encrypt just those fields holding customer data, optionally securing each with its own key.

In this webinar, you’ll learn how to write applications that encrypt data using safe key management practices without sacrificing the ability to query your data, which includes:

  • What client-side field level encryption does differently from other database encryption schemes
  • How you can get started with field level encryption
  • Impacts to database performance and querying

With Client-Side FLE you can enforce a finer grained separation of duties between authorized users and systems administrators— which is especially important when running in the cloud. Additionally, you can more easily comply with “right to be forgotten”, or “right to erasure” mandates in modern privacy legislation such as the GDPR and the CCPA.

Who will get the most out of this webinar? Developers, DBAs, Architects, InfoSec professionals

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