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Speaking at 24 Hours of PASS: Data Security and Quality

I’m extremely proud to be speaking at the upcoming 24 Hours of PASS: Data Security and Data Quality webinar on May 3-4 2017. For years now I’ve been wanting to present for 24 Hours of PASS, and I’m very excited and grateful for the opportunity!

If you’re not familiar, 24 Hours of PASS is a series of 24 free webcasts delivered over 24 hours. My presentation, “Passive Security for Hostile Environments” is on May 3rd at 15:00 GMT!

Here’s the abstract:

Ideal database security settings usually exist in books, but rarely in reality. Is your CIO a member of the sysadmin role because they demanded it? Or maybe some users have rights for purely political reasons? Just because you can’t enforce security through typical means doesn’t mean you’re powerless. Attend this session to learn about the features SQL Server provides that will allow you to keep track of what your users are up to at all times and sleep a little easier. Through various scenarios and demos, see how technologies such as event notifications, auditing, and extended events can help ensure nothing happens on your system without you knowing about it. Even in optimally secured environments these techniques can still come in handy. The best security is often that which cannot be seen.

Sound interesting? Sign up today! Registration is open, and you can sign up for my session along with all of the others here.

 

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By Bob Pusateri

Bob Pusateri is a Microsoft Data Platform MVP, Microsoft Certified Master of SQL Server, speaker, blogger, volunteer, and author who loves finding new and exciting ways to break and fix things. He works as a consultant and architect, specializing in data, virtualization, and cloud technologies.

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