Pervasive.SQL gets security boost

Tuesday, 22 July 2003, 7:59 PM EST

Pervasive Software Inc. on Tuesday rolled out the beta of an update to its embeddable database engine that's bristling with security enhancements.

Pervasive.SQL V8 Security comes with a unified security model that's designed to protect critical data across Pervasive.SQL access interfaces, down to the operating system. The release also features enhanced encryption of data as it travels through a network. That path through a technology stack encompasses the application layer, the network, the database and the operating system. The enhanced encryption will help prevent capture of data as it moves through those layers, said officials at the Austin, Texas, company.

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