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