MongoDB creates queryable encryption

21/06/2022 | MongoDB

NoSQL database developer MongoDB is preparing to introduce a new feature that will allow customers to encrypt personal data and then run queries. According to the MongoDB website, the feature, which is on preview release, is the only "database provider that allows customers to run expressive queries, such as equality ... range, prefix, suffix, (and) substring ... on fully randomized encrypted data."

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