Presenting for the new PASS Security Virtual Chapter on July 18

Brian Kelley, 2013-07-17

 

The PASS Security virtual chapter is up and running thanks to the hard work of Argenis Fernandez (blog | twitter) and Robert Davis (blog | twitter)!

 

I’ll be speaking for it on Thursday, July 18th, at 1 PM ET. Here’s the information about it:

 

SQL Server Encryption Decrypted

 

In this session we’ll look at Microsoft SQL Server’s built-in encryption options and how best to use them. We’ll discuss best practices with respect to speed and security in the options available to us. Also, we’ll briefly cover Transparent Data Encryption, a new feature in SQL Server 2008 Enterprise Edition, which encrypts the whole database at rest.

 

Webinar Link: https://global.gotomeeting.com/meeting/join/713355933

 

On a related note, if I contacted you previously about speaking in a security webinar series, look for an email coming your way. We’d like to line you up to speak for the PASS security VC. We’ve waited until it was up and running because it seemed like the appropriate forum to do such a webinar series.

 

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