Townsend Security Brings Encryption Key Management to Microsoft SQL Server

Townsend Security announces Alliance Key Manager, its FIPS 140-2 compliant encryption key manager, supports Microsoft SQL Server 2019 Standard Edition. Users of Microsoft SQL Server Standard Edition can now easily meet compliance (PCI DSS, GDPR, CCPA, etc.) and protect private data like customer PII and intellectual property without modifying existing applications or the database. By using the database's Transparent Data Encryption (TDE), coupled with Townsend Security's Alliance Key Manager for SQL Server, organizations can protect their private data at a lower cost.

Alliance Key Manager, a FIPS 140-2 compliant encryption key management solution, allows enterprises to effectively encrypt data and meet security requirements in less time with a flexible, centralized offering. The solution provides full life-cycle management of encryption keys for a wide variety of applications, including Microsoft SQL Server Enterprise and Standard editions.

Microsoft SQL Server users can deploy Alliance Key Manager for SQL Server as a hardware security module (HSM), VMware virtual machine, or in the cloud as a native AWS EC2 instance or Microsoft Azure virtual machine. Alliance Key Manager supports seamless migration and hybrid implementations, providing Enterprise's with options for their high availability strategy. Alliance Key Manager for SQL Server is available for a free 30-day evaluation.

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