Is your SQL Server secure?
Many SQL Server installations have been done with either little or no consideration to securing the installation itself. Although your internal SQL Server data may seem to be secure, the way that your installation itself has been configured may inadvertently allow malicious or simply curious intruders.
This talk will look at some of these gaps - all from real world experience - and show how you can secure your existing SQL Server 2000 installations and also will contrast the improvements made with SQL Server 2005 to make it more secure out of the box.
Martin Cairney is a highly experienced Database Administrator and Developer with well over a decade’s worth of experience with SQL Server. He has knowledge across multiple industry sectors including London’s global financial institutions and both Australian State and Federal Government Departments. He has regularly worked with companys with hundreds of SQL Server instances and has experience in developing tools and scripts for managing such large environments. He is an experienced conference presenter, having presented a number of times at SQLBits in the UK and various SQL Server User Groups in Australia and the UK. He is a Microsoft Certified Trainer and holds a number of Microsoft certifications, including MCDBA and MCITP. He has recently moved to Melbourne to help establish LobsterPot’s presence there.
The video is not available to view online.
- Session Files Explorer
The network name cannot be found.