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The Challenge of Edge Security

We know that our organizations will adopt and use more devices over time. Given the growth of cheap computing, frameworks for managing devices, and the desire for more data, I expect some of those devices will collect data, or even … Continue reading

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No-so-smart Contracts

Perhaps the best quote I’ve seen in a long time: “These kinds of attacks are common in smart contracts because many developers do not put in the legwork to define security properties for their code…” I’m sure that this would … Continue reading

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Getting Beyond Passwords

Most of us that work with SQL Server likely use either the Windows authentication or a user name and password when connecting to an instance in SSMS or ADS. It’s how we’ve operated for years, and likely will for some … Continue reading

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Row-Level Security Basics–#SQLNewBlogger

Another post for me that is simple and hopefully serves as an example for people trying to get blogging as #SQLNewBloggers. I realized recently that I hadn’t really blogged about Row-Level Security, so this post covers some of the things … Continue reading

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