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SQL Server 2000 Security
Author: Victor Isakov Date Posted: 12/01/2005 12:39:28 PM
In February [b]Victor Isakov[/b] [i](MCT, MCSE, MCDBA)[/i] will focus on [b]SQL Server 2000 Security[/b], having a look at how SQL Server can be attacked and correspondingly defended.

[u]Session 1[/u]:
This Session will focus on the security internals and workings of the RDBMS, examining issues such as passwords, encryption, extended stored procedures, auditing and relevant configuration parameters - the basics of SQL Server's security. Victor will also examine the hot topic of [b]SQL Injection[/b], what it is and how to protect against it.

[u]Session 2[/u]:
After the break Victor will concentrate more on how to protect and audit your SQL Server installations. Victor will also discuss how organisations should create a SQL Server Security Policy or Post-Installation Check-List.

[u]Presenter[/u]:
[b]Victor Isakov[/b] [i](sql@informare.com.au)[/i] has been involved with SQL Server since Version 4.21a, enjoying a reputation as one of the best [i]"SQL Gurus"[/i] in Australia. He has been an MCT since 1995 and consulted for organisations like the University of NSW, DET (NSW), BT Fin. Group, Westpac and the UN. He specialises as a consultant in Architecting, Optimising and Troubleshooting Database Solutions.

[i]This promises to be one meeting you cannot afford to miss![/i]

Venue: Clifton & Associates (Level 2, 190 George Street, Sydney) | Duration Pizza - 5:30PM | Session 1 - 6:00PM | Session 2 - 7:00PM (Till 8PM) | On: Tuesday, 22 February 2005