We started using InfluxDB when 2.0 was released to store event data that sometimes contains sensitive information. The database exists in a special, locked down environment with disk encryption. However, the rules are changing and becoming more strict. Now, not only does it have to be in a locked down environment with disk encryption, but any data at rest, which includes any data inside a database, has to be encrypted.
I read where InfluxDB does not provide data encryption. Assuming that answer is still true, does anyone have any suggestions about how to encrypt the data going into and coming out of InfluxDB? We are using Grafana for a dashboard to display the data with Flux as the query language.
If the answer is that there is no answer, does anyone know of an open source replacement we can use for InfluxDB that does support data encryption?