Azure SQL security recommended practices

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Understand the security capabilities of Azure SQL family and how to apply the recommended best practices either if are about to you start your Azure SQL journey or you are already onboarded and you want to check up on the latest features and configurations available.


Vassilis Ioannidis

Azure Technical Trainer @ Microsoft

Vassilis Ioannidis is an Azure Cloud Solutions Architect, SQL Server SME, and a Technical Trainer. Vassilis has a degree in Computer Programming, has numerous Microsoft certifications since 2000, and has been a Microsoft Certified Trainer since 2005. In the past, he has been working closely with clients in projects across the globe to move workloads on Microsoft Azure and modernize client solutions on-premises and the cloud. Vassilis is a community enthusiast and speaker in many events. He's result-driven and a lifelong learner. Currently works for Microsoft.

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