MongoDB introduces developer data encryption for privacy and compliance


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At its developer conference, MongoDB.local Chicago, MongoDB announced that Queryable Encryption is now available to everyone. According to the company, this groundbreaking technology aids organisations in safeguarding sensitive data when it is accessed and used on MongoDB.

The complexity of contemporary applications is increasing along with data volumes. Companies must manage sensitive information carefully because of expanding regulatory requirements.

Enter MongoDB Queryable Encryption, a tool that, according to the company, not only strengthens data protection but also guarantees a seamless developer experience without the need for a Ph.D. in cryptography.

The encryption used by MongoDB is made to work with key management services offered by the top cloud providers.

Read More: MongoDB unveils data encryption tech for developers to boost data privacy and compliance

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