New Training: Configuring Encryption, Data Access, and Auditing in Microsoft SQL Server 2016
In this 23-video, intermediate training, CBT Nuggets trainer Garth Schulte covers the knowledge systems administrators need to protect your organizational data through encryption and auditing, ensuring compliance with internal and external data management policies.
In any career, there are the exciting, high-profile responsibilities and then there are the ones on the dull side. Suffice it to say, proving compliance with data protection policies for a server running SQL usually isn’t one of the exciting ones, but it’s easily one of the most crucial ones. Encrypting data in SQL Server is a crucial way of protecting it, and performing audits to validate those protections is how to prove it’s protected. It’s with this Configuring Encryption, Data Access, and Auditing in Microsoft SQL Server 2016 training that you can learn these valuable, if not terribly exciting, skills.
The three-part series covers topics such as providing data protection through encryption and auditing, selecting between different options for auditing data access in SQL Server, and implementing and managing SQL Server audit.
Watch a video from the series:
The skills that comprise this series include:
Topics this training covers include:
Configure Data Access and Permissions: Create and Maintain Users
Configure Encryption: Implement Always Encrypted
Configure Encryption: SQL Server Encryption
Configure Auditing: Lab
Configure Encryption: Lab
This training includes:
2 hour of training