“Data Security for the Cloud”: A New Pre-Con at SQLSaturday Chicago

More and more companies are considering a move to the cloud, but one aspect of such a migration that may be overlooked in the transition is the security of the data. In many cases, the cloud provider only handles a portion of the security, leaving you to handle the rest. So what, exactly, is your responsibility? And where do you start?

I’m teaching a new full-day session on this subject at SQLSaturday Chicago, hosted this year at a new venue in Lisle, IL, on March 16-17. Unfortunately, standard registration for Saturday’s conference is already full – but anyone attending a pre-conference session on Friday (like this one!) gets to jump the wait list and attend Saturday’s conference, also. Don’t want to learn about security? That’s fine… there are also pre-conference sessions by Aaron Nelson on Power BI; Cathrine Wilhelmsen on Biml and automating data warehouse frameworks; and Eddie Wuerch on performance tuning by analyzing waits.

Registration and full information for my session is available on my EventBrite event page. Information on the other pre-conference sessions can be found on the SQLSaturday Chicago home page.

I’m looking forward to SQLSaturday Chicago. This is always a fantastic event, and I’m excited to be able to speak at it again this year. I hope to see you there!

2 thoughts on ““Data Security for the Cloud”: A New Pre-Con at SQLSaturday Chicago

    1. I’d call it a 200-level class. I’ll adjust it up or down to match the experience level of the group that attends, but I’m assuming that attendees will have at least a little background in SQL security.

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