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Introductie van Micorosoft SQL Server 2016

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32 C H A P T E R 2 | Better security Masking encrypted values Dynamic data masking does not work with encrypted values if you encrypt data in the application tier or by using the Always Encrypted feature. If you encrypt data before storing it in the SQL Server database engine, the engine cannot mask a value that it cannot decrypt. In this case, because data is already encrypted, there is no benefit or extra protection from applying dynamic data masking. Using dynamic data masking in SQL Database Dynamic data masking is also available for use in SQL Database. You can configure it by using T-SQL or by using the Microsoft Azure portal. In the Azure portal, navigate to the list of SQL Databases within SQL DB, and then select the database to view its properties. Next, in the Settings panel, select Dynamic Data Masking, as shown in Figure 2-5. In the Dynamic Data Masking window, a list of masking rules is displayed in addition to a list of columns for which data masking is recommended. You can enable data masking on those columns by clicking the Add Mask button to the right of the column name. Figure 2-5: Configuring dynamic data masking for a SQL Database in the Azure portal. After specifying the mask function to apply to selected columns, click the Save button at the top of the window to save the configuration changes to your SQL Database. After saving these changes, users can no longer see the unmasked data in the SQL Database tables unless they have the unmask privilege within the database.

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