Achieving PCI with SQL Server - Don't be the next Sony

So you want to store credit card details in SQL Server what do you need to do?

The holding of card details means that you need to achieve PCI certification what does this mean from SQL Server perspective.

This session covers the following for SQL Server

  • Protect the data
  • Secure access to the data Detect and audit access to the data

We will do an overview of all the areas and drill down into the storage of data and how that can be achieved seamlessly from the application. At the end of the session you will know what you need to do, and how to do it, to store card details in SQL Server and achieve PCI certification.

Presented by Simon Sabin at SQLBits XII
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    Simon runs a Data Consultancy Sabin.io enabling companies to make the most of the data they have.

    He has worked with data for all his career and worked with companies across all industry sectors including online retail, insurance, finance, motor sport.

    He works with companies to help them

    1. Improve their data development practices including implementation of devops, agile methodologies and continuous integration.

    2. Understand and define a cloud data platform strategy.

    3. Optimise their data platform, including performance, scalability, security and certification

    Education of people is at the heart of what Simon and his company sabin.io stand for. it is epitomised by SQLBits, which Simon founded in 2007. Its the largest SQL Server conference outside of Europe and many view as the best in the world, always maintaining a free element and ensuring education for everyone.

    He is also a SQL Microsoft Certified Master and has been Microsoft MVP since 2005

    You can follow him @simon_sabin or read his blog http://sqlblogcasts.com/blogs/simons

    http://sqlblogcasts.com/blogs/simons http://sqlblogcasts.com/blogs/simons/privaterss.aspx
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