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“Data Security for the Cloud”: A New Pre-Con at SQLSaturday Chicago

More and more companies are considering a move to the cloud, but one aspect of such a migration that may be overlooked in the transition is the security of the data. In many cases, the cloud provider only handles a portion of the security, leaving you to handle the rest. So what, exactly, is your responsibility? And where do you start?

I’m teaching a new full-day session on this subject at SQLSaturday Chicago, hosted this year at a new venue in Lisle, IL, on March 16-17. Unfortunately, standard registration for Saturday’s conference is already full – but anyone attending a pre-conference session on Friday (like this one!) gets to jump the wait list and attend Saturday’s conference, also. Don’t want to learn about security? That’s fine… there are also pre-conference sessions by Aaron Nelson on Power BI; Cathrine Wilhelmsen on Biml and automating data warehouse frameworks; and Eddie Wuerch on performance tuning by analyzing waits.

Registration and full information for my session is available on my EventBrite event page. Information on the other pre-conference sessions can be found on the SQLSaturday Chicago home page.

I’m looking forward to SQLSaturday Chicago. This is always a fantastic event, and I’m excited to be able to speak at it again this year. I hope to see you there!

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Ed Leighton-Dick is a SQL Server performance and architecture expert and Founder/Principal Consultant of Kingfisher Technologies, a consultancy focused on SQL Server performance, architecture, and security. He is a frequent volunteer with PASS, including roles as regional mentor, chapter leader of I-380 PASS SQL Server User Group, and organizer of SQL Saturday Iowa City. He can often be found teaching sessions at local, regional, and national events, including user groups, SQL Saturday events, and Iowa Code Camp. Ed can be reached through his blog, edleightondick.com, and on Twitter at @eleightondick.


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