Securing Azure SQL Server

English Introductory and overview Data & AI

In this session we will look at how to levarage Microsoft Azure's builtin components to secure your SQL server. We will look at the following: Transparent database encryption Always encrypted with enclaves Classifying sensitive data How to detect: Potential SQL injection attacks including vulnerabilities. Anomalous database access and query patterns includinga brute force attacks Suspicious database activity


Jody Roberts

Northern Data, Data Platform MVP

Jody is a Data Platform MVP specializing in SQL Server Architecture, DR and server optimization. He serves as a PASS Regional Mentor responsible for the Middle East & Africa as well as Chapter lead of the SQLCape user group and Co-lead of the PASS Cloud Virtual Chapter.

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