It’s time for another post on security matters. And through a forum-thread on data-driven security by the means of views using the IS_MEMBER(), USER_NAME(), SUSER_SNAME() – functions, I came up with the idea of giving a short example how such constructs can easily be circumvented and the protected/hidden data become disclosed, when not being secured […]
Alright, this is going to be the by far most active year in terms of speaking at international conferences: After 6 conferences last year, including SQL Rally Nordic, which I really liked a lot, I had to decide between SQL Rally Nordic again or SQL Rally Amsterdam or even both.
At this year’s SQLSaturday in Germany I have shown one of my sessions again, in which I concentrate on “attack”. For me a great opportunity to dive deep into SQL Server Security and several penetration-test-tool, and to explore SQL Server for pitfalls and security configuration. At the end I had a long list of possible […]
Presentation on “SQL Server 2017 – Warum ein Upgrade mehr Sinn macht als man denken mag” (SQL Server 2017 – Why an upgrade makes more sense than you may think), at Microsoft in Bad Homburg on 14 Nov. 2017
Presentation on “SQL Server High Availability with Always On Availability Groups” in Karlsruhe on 29 Nov. 2017