Field Level Encryption in MongoDB 4.2 (MongoDB World 2019 Keynote, part 4)

June 27, 2019
Some data is so sensitive that it should not leave your application without being encrypted, and this is especially important when making use of database services in the cloud. MongoDB 4.2 makes this possible with client-side Field Level Encryption, giving developers an unprecedented degree of fine-grained control over who can read sensitive data. Keys can be specified per document, per field, or even *per user*, meaning if a user's data ever has to be expunged, the key can be thrown away, instantly rendering it unreadable in every replica set and backup. https://www.mongodb.com/new
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