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SQL Server Encryption

Speaker:

Ben Miller

Abstract:

Have you ever wanted to know how Transparent Database Encryption (TDE) works or how you set it up? What about encrypting your backups? This session will go over all the steps and caveats that go with this technology. TDE allows you to have your database encrypted on disk and the same Encryption Hierarchy allows you to back up your database and have it encrypt the contents in the backup file. We will discuss the Encryption Hierarchy which is used for encryption in SQL Server and take you through keeping your secrets safe. We will also go over how Always Encrypted works as well. Master the concepts of SQL Server Encryption when you are done with this session.

Bio:

Ben has been a member of the SQL Server Community since 2000. He is currently working at MaritzCX revolutionizing the SQL Server environment and loving it. He also consults on SQL Server problems. He is a SQL Server MVP a SQL Server MCM, and has spent time in the field using SQL Server since 1997. He has worked at various companies throughout the US, as well as at Microsoft for 7 years. He is passionate about SQL Server and automation and integration and uses SMO and PowerShell regularly. He teaches DBAs how to use PowerShell as well. He is @DBAduck all around the web (Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook)

Recorded At:

SQL Saturday Oklahoma City 2018

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