Encryptionizer submitted for FIPS certification

Security product company NetLib has submitted its Encryptionizer data encryption security software for Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS) 140-2 validation, the company has announced.

NetLib expects the product to be certified by the fall. FIPS 140-2 standard, administered by the National Institute of Standards and Technology, sets the criteria for cryptographic modules used in federal security systems.

Installed as an add-on to Microsoft SQL Server, Encryptionizer, offers the ability encrypt all data in the database, or to encrypt at the column level.

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