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Brian Kelley is an author, columnist, and Microsoft SQL Server MVP focusing primarily on SQL Server security. He is a contributing author for How to Cheat at Securing SQL Server 2005 (Syngress), Professional SQL Server 2008 Administration (Wrox), and Introduction to SQL Server (Texas Publishing). Brian currently serves as an infrastructure and security architect. He has also served as a senior Microsoft SQL Server DBA, database architect, developer, and incident response team lead.

Archives: November 2014

FUD Makes Security Harder

The US government’s illogical screeds against better personal encryption for data and communications is well documented. Then comes this reported communication:

Department of Justice: iPhone encryption will lead to the death of a child

I’m hoping the quote given in the article is completely out of context. However, previous statements,… Read more

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Posted in Databases – Infrastructure – Security on 20 November 2014

More on that Cyberwar

As a follow-up to my post on being at war, cyberwar:

State Department Hacked

If the experts are correct, this trend is only going to continue. Reading the article and others on the same situation, they all note that the unclassified email had been hacked, but not classified. That’s… Read more

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Posted in Databases – Infrastructure – Security on 18 November 2014

We’re at War – Cyberwar

In case you’ve not been following the news with regards to *government* breaches:

All three of these news articles released within the past few weeks. The reality is that our networks… Read more

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Posted in Databases – Infrastructure – Security on 13 November 2014

Speaking at SQL Saturday #354 – Charleston, SC

If you’re looking to warm up for the winter, come on down to Charleston, SC, on December 13, 2014. Charleston will be hosting its second SQL Saturday. Why Charleston?

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Posted in Databases – Infrastructure – Security on 12 November 2014

Generalists vs. Specialists

I’ve stated quite often that being a generalist has generally been beneficial for my IT career (pun intended). That’s why I developed the professional development presentation, The Swiss Army Knife of DB Pros. It is also why I continue to bounce back and forth between technology areas rather than… Read more

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Posted in Databases – Infrastructure – Security on 6 November 2014