FUJITSU Enterprise Postgres 12 on IBM LinuxONE™ delivers maximum data security for your organization, and CryptoCards are big part of the reason why. But what are CryptoCards, and how do I protect my organization's data with them?
A few weeks back, I discussed how Transparent Data Encryption safeguards your data even in case an attacker gets hold of your files. So this week I would like to talk about how PostgreSQL maps database objects into actual files. Let's dive in.
Servers these days are pretty reliable and can go long periods of time between restarts — but when a restart of several machines does occur, we don't want to find out that services haven't started up by hearing it from our customers.