In this era of data breaches, protecting corporate data from unauthorized access is a high priority. SQL Server DBAs need to ensure that permissions are limited to the right levels for users and groups, and that minimum access is enforced.
Register for our next Geek Sync, SQL Security Principals and Permissions 101, on Wednesday October 23 at 11AM CT, with host William Assaf.
Join IDERA and William Assaf for a ground-floor introduction to SQL Server permissions. This webinar will start with the basics and move into the security implications behind stored procedures, views, database ownership, application connections, consolidated databases, application roles, and much more. This session is perfect for junior DBAs, developers, and system admins of on-premises and Azure-based SQL platforms.
Speaker: William Assaf, MCSE, is a principal consultant and DBA Manager in Baton Rouge, LA. Initially a .NET developer, and later into database administration and architecture, William currently works with clients on SQL Server and Azure SQL platform optimization, management, disaster recovery and high availability, and manages a multi-city team of SQL DBAs at Sparkhound. William has written for Microsoft SQL Certification exams since 2011 and was the lead author of "SQL Server 2017 Administration Inside Out" by Microsoft Press, its second edition due out in 2019. William is a member of the Baton Rouge User Groups Board, a regional mentor for PASS, and head of the annual SQLSaturday Baton Rouge Planning Committee.
You can view the session slides here and the replay is available in the IDERA Resource Center.