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March

12

What Developers Absolutely Must Know About SQL Server Security

There are so many security tips out there for SQL Server. Almost all of them are rated as a best practice.What do you listen to? What do you focus on? In this session we'll break down what you absolutely must know about building secure database using SQL Server. We'll look at the SQL Server securables model, how you can simplify your security model using patterns and models you are already familiar with, how roles can be used to aggregate security cleanly, and how to put in triggers and other mechanisms to try and protect your databases from attack.

Featured Presentation:

What Developers Absolutely Must Know About SQL Server Security

Brian Kelley, Consultant Truth Solutions, LLC

There are so many security tips out there for SQL Server. Almost all of them are rated as a best practice.What do you listen to? What do you focus on? In this session we'll break down what you absolutely must know about building secure database using SQL Server. We'll look at the SQL Server securables model, how you can simplify your security model using patterns and models you are already familiar with, how roles can be used to aggregate security cleanly, and how to put in triggers and other mechanisms to try and protect your databases from attack.

About Brian:
Brian Kelley is an author, columnist, and Microsoft SQL Server MVP focusing primarily on SQL Server security. Brian currently serves as a infrastructure and security architect focusing on Active Directory, SQL Server, and Windows Server. He has served in a myriad of other positions including senior database administrator, developer, incident response team lead, and project manager. He is currently the president of the Midlands PASS Chapter in Columbia, SC.

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