I might at some point to invite another person into my software project. I don't mind sharing the code but the data I use is very sensitive. Once he gets hands on both pieces I wont see him again (if you know what I mean)..
The server is going to be collocated. He is going to want an admin access to the box remotely. So I am planning to have sensitive data to be in-memory only - I pump it up for a work day while I am around and then delete in the end of the day.
How naïve is this plan?
Can I have some sort of tool which will erase memory once someone is logged into the machine? Can he dump memory using iDRAC and out-of-band networking for instance (without being detected by the OS)?
OS is Windows Server 2012 R2