Microsoft SQL Server Security: – Defense in Depth Series

By | September 8, 2020

In this series we cover all the different ways you can protect your Microsoft SQL Server database from attacks. We cover the methodology being used to secure databases. When and how to use them and certain pitfalls.

The series covers the following concepts

Principle of least privileges
Dynamic Data Masking
Row Level Security
Always Encrypted
Transparent Data Encryption
Backup Encryption
Cell Level Encryption
Auditing at the database level and Server level
SSL , Firewall and other best practices.

Advanced topics are available to subscribers so please make sure you watch the entire series. For more info on other security concepts and video please go through the playlist.

Category: Security

About Jayanth Kurup

This post was written by Jayanth Kurup. A Microsoft SQL Server Consultant and Trainer based out of Bangalore, India. Jayanth has been working on MS SQL Server for over 15 years. He is a performance tuning and Business Intelligence expert. Having worked with companies like Microsoft, DELL, Wells Fargo, Thomson Reuters and many other fortune 100 companies. Some other technologies Jayanth works on include Microsoft Azure, PowerBI, Python and AWS. When he isn’t consulting or training, Jayanth like to travel, paint and read. He is also very active in social causes and the founder of Enabled Business Solutions. Visit his company by clicking the link in the menu or email him directly.