Disaster can strike at any time. Are you ready? Can your business survive the impact of a disaster? Discover the simple five steps to get a Business Continuity Plan for your business in place today.
Fragile tests can rob you of the benefits of unit testing by undermining the developer’s trust in the tests. Read on and discover what makes fragile tests so destructive.
Scripting all permissions in a SQL Server database is not trivial. Discover how to generate the necessary statements yourself with this simple query. (Well, copy & paste of the query is simple…)
Defects are a nuisance. However, they often lead to bigger problems. You might find your code corruption data by updating the wrong records or opening up gaping security holes allowing users to see other users’ data. Find out how to protect yourself from this danger.
Data inference allows attackers to infer protected information from legitimately accessible data. Read on to find out what data inference entails and how you can protect your data.
A weak audit trail makes a post-breach-investigation hard. Discover how an effective strategy can act as a deterrent and might be a regulatory requirement.
Encrypting important data is not enough. You also need to handle the encryption keys correctly. Read on to see what flawed key management can result in.
Last week was the 58th #tsql2sday party and 11 people showed up. There were exciting discussions about password strength, password management, hashing and more. Read on to see what everyone contributed.
Do you have a large number of SQL Server to manage? Read on to discover five ways to manage all your SA passwords and their unique advantages and disadvantages.
T-SQL Tuesday was invented almost 5 years ago by Adam Machanic. This month is the 58th episode and the topic is: “Passwords”. Read on to discover what #tsql2sday is all about and what you have to do to participate in this exciting blog-party.