This post was originally published at SQL Server 2016 Always Encrypted: Easy to Implement, Tough to Crack

Security has always been a primary concern for database experts, and with the advent of new, decentralized services, it’s become even more crucial. Microsoft addressed the need for an added level of security in SQL with the introduction of Always Encrypted functionality in SQL Server 2016.

In this blog post, Toptal Freelance Software Engineer Josip Saban explains how Microsoft’s Always Encrypted concept works, how it’s implemented, and why developers can’t afford to ignore it.

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This post was originally published at SQL Server 2016 Always Encrypted: Easy to Implement, Tough to Crack