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Does Transparent Data Encryption (TDE) provide default encryption to bank account data?

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edited Feb 21, 2024 8:30PM in Payables, Payments & Cash Management 1 comment

Summary:

Manage System Security Options provides an ability to encrypt bank account data. But data in Oracle Cloud should already have encryption via TDE. So:

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Is it true that bank account data already has a layer of encryption via TDE even with the Manage System Security Options - Bank Account Data - Enable Encryption config option set to disabled/no.

What is the use case for for the Manage System Security Options - Bank Account Data - Enable Encryption config option? Is it end to end encryption from the DB tables right to the UI? An added layer of encryption on top of TDE?

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