Webcast : Best Practices for Securing SQL Server – From Cloud to Ground

Presenter: Elan Kol
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Keeping Windows Server secure is critical to maintaining SQL Server’s security, today more than ever. This informative webinar focuses on best practices for improving the security of SQL Server at your organization to ensure the protection of your mission-critical systems and data.

19X Microsoft MVP Brien Posey provides an update on some of the most recent attacks on SQL Servers just in the last year, and why it is more important than ever to follow best practices to secure your SQL Servers, especially with the proliferation of remote workers, and the steps your organization needs to be taking now.

IDERA’s Elan Kol also joins us to do a deep dive into what you need to know about the state of the industry tools, designed for:

  • Setting up strong security policies
  • Automating security snapshot capture
  • Preventing security violations
  • And much more!

Don't miss this important opportunity to learn how to make your SQL Server as secure as possible!

Speakers: Brien Posey is a freelance technology author, nineteen-time Microsoft MVP, and commercial Scientist-Astronaut Candidate. Brien previously worked as CIO for a national chain of hospitals and healthcare facilities. He has also served as a network engineer for the United States Department of Defense at Fort Knox and worked as a network administrator for some of the largest insurance companies in America.

Elan Kol is a senior product manager at IDERA Software and his main focus is on the SQL auditing, security, optimization, and DBA productivity product lines. Elan brings over ten years of experience in the financial technology, IT security and game development industries. His passion is building, delivering, managing and optimizing products with great market fit through data driver and market backed facts.

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