Last Thursday, I got a chance to present to the Denver SQL Users Group on Managing and Auditing SQL Security. I crammed a lot in for 30 minutes and got some good immediate feed back. I think the one thing that made me nervous was no one really asked any questions, but since it was my first technical presentation in a long time, I’m not sweating it.
Anyway, for those of you who attended, thanks for listening. If you have a chance, please leave me some feedback at Speaker Rate. I’d really appreciate it. For those who didn’t make it, the presentation was an overview of creating accounts in SQL Server, granting access via GRANT, server roles, and database roles, as well as queries that you can use to audit that access.
Here’s the meat for all those interested: