The mission of the Security Virtual Chapter is to provide guidance and education, and to foster open discussion on security topics as they pertain to SQL Server and its environment.

SQL Server Security Basics
Presenter:Kenneth Fisher
Date: Thurs, March 24, 2016 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM PDT
In the modern age, data is a company's most valuable resource and, unfortunately, data crimes are common. Because of this, everyone that works with SQL Server should have a basic understanding of database security. Attend this session to learn the what, how, and why of database security. Learn what permissions, securables, and principals are. Learn how to manage database security. Most importantly, learn what the best practices are and why they are important. Your company's data is your responsibility, and after attending this session you can step up and keep it safe.

Level: 200

Speaker bio:
Kenneth Fisher works as a senior database administrator for a large multinational insurance company and has over two decades of experience as a DBA. He enjoys writing and his writing credits include a handful of technical articles and blogging incessantly at He has Data and Administration MCITPs in SQL 2008 and enjoys answering questions on

Twitter: @sqlstudent144

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