Last Thursday, I delivered a presentation for Pragmatic Works Training on the T’s. The session for last week was Introduction to SQL Server Security, a part of last month’s series of introductory presentations.
The abstract for the sessions is:
One of the most often overlooked feature sets of SQL Server is it’s security features. The focus is often on what type of data, how to store the data, and how to get the data out of SQL Server. As DBAs, we also need to be consider how to lock down the data and implement security. In this session, we’ll investigate the basic components of security within SQL Server. Also, we’ll review some practices for that you may want to adopt to secure your environment.
For the presentation materials, you can download them (Introduction to SQL Server Security) or if you just want to flip through the slides, you can do that below.
Additional information: http://www.jasonstrate.com/security-resources/
The response from the session was pretty good. Here are a few of the comments that were received after the session.
— Thomas Sykes (@sqltomato) May 2, 2013
@stratesql was in your SQL SECURITY presentation today.Great job!Took good notes. I think I’m a little smarter!
— CAGrant-Willis (@DBADiva) May 2, 2013
— Erika Bricker (@DancesWChickens) May 2, 2013
Thanks a lot to everyone that listened in. It’s always a pleasure to present to people and it’s great when people get something from the presentation. If you have questions on this session, please leave a comment below.