DB2 Field Procedures

Bob Luebbe

January 17, 2012 FASUG Meeting

Learn how the new DB2 Field Procedures in IBM i 7.1 can be used to provide transparent database column (field) encryption. DB2 Field Procedures are ideal for IBM i shops that want to automate the encryption and decryption of field values without modifying their source code and without changing database types or lengths.


Learning Objectives:

  • 1) How DB2 Field Procedures can be used to provide field-level encryption in V7R1.
  • 2) Implementation tips and techniques for DB2 Field Procedures.
  • 3) Performance considerations and potential gotchas. Audience: Anyone that is responsible for the security of sensitive data (e.g. credit card numbers, social security numbers, etc.) for compliance with HIPAA, PCI and privacy laws.

    This month's speaker:

    Bob Luebbe has been working on IBM midrange systems since 1985. During this time, Mr. Luebbe has utilized a wide array of technologies and programming languages to solve problems within a variety of industries .Mr. Luebbe founded the software company of Linoma ( www.linomasoftware.com ) in 1994. He continues to lead the company and serve as the Chief Architect for its products, including the popular RPG Toolbox product. Over the past several years, Mr. Luebbe has focused a great deal of his attention on helping organizations to modernize and integrate their iSeries applications.

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