In today's Global IT infrastructure, secure SQL Server solutions are becoming increasingly important due to threats from viruses, SQL injection attacks, hackers, and regulatory pressures. Encryption is the backbone of end to end security solutions, and SQL Server 2008 enhances and builds on the SQL Server 2005 encryption capabilities. For many industries the SQL Server 2008 encryption features make it a compelling upgrade.
In this webcast, Hilary Cotter explains SQL Server security and encryption and answers the questions of why encrypt? What is and when to use External Key Management and Transparent Data Encryption? How does EFS and BitLocker fit into the mix? What are the strengths and weaknesses of the encryption functions in SQL Server 2005?
Hilary Cotter is a SQL Server MVP specializing in replication, and full-text search. He recently published a book on replication and is writing another about Microsoft search technologies. Hilary has been involved in IT for 21 years and is an independent consultant.
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