Tag Archives: security

Data for Defense

It’s a dangerous world out there. Many of us hear about data breaches on a regular basis, and we often blame poor security at various organizations. Certainly there are a lot of silly mistakes made, whether in configuration or the … Continue reading

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The Ransomware Hero

One of the common attacks against many organizations today is ransomware. I’m constantly surprised when I see friends and they tell me they’ve been attacked, but the incident never made the news. I think many people would be upset with … Continue reading

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Setting Certificate Backup Permissions for an Instance–#SQLNewBlogger

Another post for me that is simple and hopefully serves as an example for people trying to get blogging as #SQLNewBloggers. Recently I was testing some security change, and I made a backup of my certificate from one instance. I … Continue reading

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Losing The Security Game

It’s sad some weeks to see reports of security issues at large companies. It’s also discouraging some times when clients or friends will talk about security issues they’ve had in their organization. What’s mostly disappointing is how easy many of … Continue reading

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