MariaDB supports the use of data-at-rest encryption for tables and tablespaces from MariaDB 10.1. For a minor performance overhead of 3-5%, this makes it almost impossible for someone with access to the host system or who steals a hard drive to read the original data.
|Data-at-Rest Encryption Overview||Having data encrypted will make it hard for someone to steal your data.|
|Why Encrypt MariaDB Data?||When to use encryption for MariaDB data.|
|Key Management and Encryption Plugins||MariaDB uses plugins to handle key management and encryption of data.|
|Encrypting Binary Logs||Data-at-rest encryption for binary logs and relay logs.|
|Aria Encryption||Configuration and use of data-at-rest encryption with the Aria storage engine.|
|InnoDB / XtraDB Encryption||Articles on using data-at-rest encryption with the InnoDB and XtraDB storage engines.|
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