Exploring SQL Server 2005 and 2008 Security
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Presenter: Don Kiely
Session 09 (20:00 GMT on May 19)
There are few corporate assets as valuable in the information age as data. Enterprises spend billions to collect and generate it, slice and dice it in every conceivable way to mine marketplace intelligence from it, and replicate and back it up using elaborate, redundant schemes. Yet it is all too common to slack on security. Sure, SQL Server 2005 and 2008 are designed to be “secure by default,” but once you add databases and start letting users and their applications access the server, you’ve already poked holes in the security. SQL Server comes with plenty of features that let you secure data, but it can be hard to get a handle on the right ones to use in your environment. This session explores the myriad security features in SQL Server and how to put them to use in applications.
About the Speaker
SQL Server MVP Don Kiely, MCSD, is a technology consultant who develops secure Web applications using SQL Server, VB, C#, AJAX, and ASP.NET. He writes regularly for such industry journals as Visual Studio Magazine, MSDN Magazine, CoDe Magazine, SQL Server Magazine, and asp.netPRO. Don trains developers and speaks regularly at industry conferences, including TechEd, PASS Summit, DevConnections, and DevTeach. He is a member of the INETA and MSDN Canada speaker bureaus and writes courseware and records videos for AppDev.
In his other life, Don roams the Alaska wilderness by foot, dog sled, skis, and kayak. Contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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