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Welcome to the Salt Lake City SQL Server Users Group!

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We are based in Salt Lake City and meet once a month for 2 hours.  We meet on the 2nd Monday of the month at the Doty education center at the Intermountain HealthCare hospital complex in murray. When: 2nd monday of every month from 3:00-5:00p.m. Location: Doty Family Education Center 5121 So. Cottonwood Street Murray, Utah

Contact: Pat Wright Sqlasylum@gmail.com If you have any questions about the group/site

Sept Meeting

Date/Time: 09-10-14

Location: Doty Education Center IHC Facility 5400 south. Aud-WEST (Doty Education Center)

 

Primary Topic: SQL Server Encryption by Ben Miller

 

Byte topic: TBA -- Randy is unable to make it since he is stuck travelling

 

Primary Topic

Title: SQL Server Encryption

ABSTRACT: What encryption is available in your version of SQL Server? This session will cover how to set up the Encryption Hierarchy and the requirements for the new Backup with Encryption in SQL 2014. We will also cover end to end Transparent Database Encryption (TDE). This session will go over all the steps and caveats that go with this technology. Encryption is here to stay so jump on and let's take it for a ride.

 

Bio:

Ben Miller rocks. Ben has been a member of the SQL Server Community for over 14 years now. He is currently a Director of Databases for Natures Sunshine Products, in Lehi Utah. He is a SQL Server MVP and has spent time in the field using SQL Server since 1997. He has worked at various companies throughout the US as well as at Microsoft for 7 years. He is passionate about SQL Server, automation and integration. Ben is also a SQL Server 2008 MCM (Microsoft Certified Master).

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