I’m pleased to announce the I will be presenting a full day workshop at SQLBits 2020 on Wednesday 1st April.
The topic for the day is ‘SQL Server Security from the bottom up’.
We’ll be looking at what is required to ensure that the data stored SQL Server is secure, and that your organisation can trust that data in it’s mission.
This is more than just a technical workshop. We’ll be spendin time looking into how you can’t secure data without the organisation buying in to the process. To generate a working security policy you’re going to need approval from the top, if your CEO isn’t willing to enforce security then you’re fighting a losing battle. So you need to know how to present an argument at that level for the appropriate level of security and the resources to implement it.
So topics we’ll be covering will includer
- Data Ownership
- Risk Analysis
- Seperation of Duties
- Policies and Responsibilities
- Cost of Security
- What is out of your hands
- Organisation Education
Don’t worry, there’ll be plenty of techical content as well. We’ll be looking into
- Cloud vs On Premise
- Setting up the operating, system if you have one
- Setting up SQL Server
- Development best practices
- and much more
The sessions is aimed at all levels of SQL DBA, Developer or anyone who has to ensure the security of data. No previous experience is expected. Any technical examples will be provided so you can work with them on your own time, or take them back to show your colleagues
Until 31st December the price for 2 full training days and 3 days of conference sessions is £999, moving up to £1199, and then £1499 from the 15 Febuary, so get in quick for a barging