Data masking must be part of the developer’s toolkit when dealing with data. In this article, we cover techniques you can use to protect sensitive data in MongoDB.
Data Masking for MongoDB is the data masking tool in Studio 3T Enterprise that lets you obfuscate collections on a field level.
Nowadays, any organization is likely to be running their affairs on an estate of databases of mixed parentage. In such a context, what factors need to be considered when adding MongoDB to the mix? A survey of over 18,000 DevOps professionals working with MongoDB (2020, Studio 3T) revealed that 79% of respondents are working with […]
The recent Meow attacks are yet another reminder that we need to properly secure our databases. Meow-proof your MongoDB (or MongoDB Atlas) instance today by taking these five easy steps.
Database testing is one of the most challenging aspects of database development. Here we look at four types: UAT, regression, integration, and unit testing.
Studio 3T 2020.5 and later offers the option to use a cryptographic key store when storing and encrypting connection passwords in the Connection Manager. When you choose to use the cryptographic key store, Studio 3T will ask you to enter and confirm your new master password. Studio 3T users can select between the default encryption […]
Security in MongoDB starts with ticking the boxes across key categories, which include monitoring, auditing, and authentication.
Add, edit, and remove MongoDB users and grant roles in just a few clicks.
Create new roles, edit existing ones, and grant built-in and user-defined roles easily.
Data Masking. Data Obfuscation. Learn what these terms mean and the best practices to follow when making sensitive data, anonymous.