6 Verifying Security Controls in MS SQL

Verifying Security Controls in MS SQL

MS-SQL is used to power some of your most critical information applications and contains some of your organization's most valuable data. The need to deliver this data is constant in today's global economy and so are the threats you must secure that data against.

In this Ecora TechTalk presentation we'll discuss:

  • Authentication Method
  • Change control to stored procedures and tables
  • Views for limiting what people can see in a database
  • Permissions to individual columns and tables

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