Securing SQL Server: Protecting Your Database from Attackers provides readers with the necessary tools and techniques to help maintain the security of databases within their environment. It begins with a discussion of network security issues, including public versus private IP addresses; accessing an SQL server from home; physical security; and testing network security. The remaining chapters cover database encryption; SQL password security; SQL injection attacks; database backup security; security auditing; and server rights. The Appendix features checklists that database administrators can use to pass external audits.
- Named a 2011 Systems Administration Book by InfoSec Reviews
- Author Denny Cherry is an MVP by Microsoft for his expertise in the SQL Server product
- Learn expert techniques to protect your SQL database environment
- Discover how to identify what an intruder accessed or damaged
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