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Re: Resurse - Security

  •  12-10-2006, 8:47 PM

    Re: Resurse - Security

    SQL Server PASS - Preconference Security Sessions


    SQL Server 2005 Security – Technology, Guidance, and Best Practices

    Presented by the SQL Server 2005   Security Team

    SQL Server 2005 introduced a host of new security features and capabilities, but understanding what they are and how they can help can be confusing.  In addition, existing security mechanisms have been strengthened and extended, introducing new possibilities and considerations on how to best secure your installations.  In the current climate of ever increasing compliance and regulation as well as the monetization of hacking where the bad guys are after high value data, it is more important than ever that your database installations be made safe against malicious access. 

    This session will give you the inside story on how the security features work, and how and where you should use them.  The security team will:

    • Drill down into the features and technologies, such as encryption, authorization, authentication and audit
    • Cover best practices such as surface area reduction and lockdown, as well as separation of duties


    Authentication and Authorization in SQL Server 2005
    Ruslan Ovechkin, Software Development Engineer, SQL Server Security, Microsoft Corporation

    Encryption in SQL Server 2005
    Robert Walters, Program Manager, Microsoft Corporation

    SQL Server 2005 Execution Context
    Laurentiu Cristofor, Software Development Engineer, SQL Server Security, Microsoft Corporation

    SQL Server Security Best Practices
    Al Comeau, Security Lead, Secure SQL Initiative Team, Microsoft Corporation

    Cristian Andrei Lefter, SQL Server MVP
    MCTS, MCITP - Database Administrator SQL Server 2005
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