Date: Thursday, April 22, 2004
Time: 1:00PM-2:30PM Pacific Time (GMT-8, US & Canada)
Description: This session shows how to use the security features of the SQL Server 2000 platform to control data and functional entitlements for software applications. The presentation emphasizes security options in terms of performance, administrative overhead and ease of programmability. Gain a pragmatic understanding of how to provide users with just enough access to use their applications without endangering other data stored within the system. Join this webcast and learn how to use views, stored procedures and the native security mechanism in SQL Server to secure the information stored in your organization's data-centric enterprise applications.
Presenter: Mark D. Scott, Senior Software Engineer, RDA Corporation
Mark Scott serves as a senior software engineer for RDA, a provider of advanced technology consulting services. He develops multi-tier, data-centric web applications. He implements a wide variety of Microsoft-based technologies, with special emphasis on SQL Server and Analysis Services. He is a Microsoft Certified System Engineer + Internet, Solution Developer, Database Administrator and Trainer. He holds A+, Network + and CTT+ certifications from COMPTIA. Mark has also written a number of books and articles. He has co-authored the MSDE Bible, eCommerce for Dummies, Professional Data Warehousing Using Microsoft SQL Server 2000 and Analysis Services, Special Edition Using Commerce Server 2002 and other books. He regularly writes articles for technical publications and speaks at national conferences. He has also written courses and conducted national tours for Microsoft and a variety of other organizations.