San Mateo headquartered graph database company Neo4j (with roots in open source) is working with French defence company Thales (pronounced ta-less).
A graph database is a database designed to treat the relationships between data as equally important to the data itself — it is intended to hold data without constricting it to a pre-defined model… instead, the data is stored showing how each individual entity connects with or is related to others.
A new integration has been created between Neo4j Enterprise Edition and Thales Vormetric Transparent Encryption with the aim of providing ‘data-at-rest’ encryption.
Read more: https://www.computerweekly.com/blog/Open-Source-Insider/Neo4j-charts-tighter-grip-on-graph-data-at-rest
Keywords: data encryption Security Thales