By Peter A. Carter
Protect your information from assault by utilizing SQL Server applied sciences to enforce a defense-in-depth process, acting chance research, and encrypting delicate info as a final defensive position opposed to compromise. The multi-layered technique during this ebook is helping make sure that a unmarried breach does not bring about loss or compromise of your info that's exclusive and demanding to the enterprise.
Database execs in latest international deal more and more frequently with repeated information assaults opposed to high-profile businesses and delicate info. it's extra vital than ever to maintain your company’s info safe. Securing SQL Server demonstrates how directors and builders can either play their half within the safety of a SQL Server environment.
This e-book presents a complete technical advisor to the safety version, and to encryption inside SQL Server, together with assurance of the most recent safeguard applied sciences akin to regularly Encrypted, Dynamic info protecting, and Row point protection. most significantly, the e-book supplies sensible recommendation and interesting examples on how you can shield your info -- and eventually your activity! -- opposed to assault and compromise.
- Covers the newest defense applied sciences, together with consistently Encrypted, Dynamic info overlaying, and Row point Security
- Promotes defense best-practice and methods for defense-in-depth of business-critical database resources
- Gives recommendation on acting risk research and lowering the assault floor that your database offers to the surface world
What you'll Learn
- Perform danger analysis
- Implement entry point keep an eye on and information encryption
- Avoid non-reputability through enforcing entire auditing
- Use safeguard metadata to make sure your safeguard regulations are enforced
- Apply the most recent SQL Server applied sciences to extend info security
- Mitigate the chance of credentials being stolen
Who This booklet Is For
Securing SQL Server is a publication for SQL Server database directors who have to comprehend and counteract the specter of assaults opposed to their company’s information. The e-book can be of curiosity to database directors of alternative systems, as numerous of the assault innovations are simply generalized past SQL Server and to different database brands.
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Extra resources for Securing SQL Server: DBAs Defending the Database
Database_principals. 3. Create the user in additional databases, specifically supplying the SID that you have recovered from the metadata. database_principals catalog view exposes the columns detailed in Table 2-9. Table 2-9. database_principals Columns Column Description name The name of the security principal. principal_id The id of the security principal. This id is only unique within the database. type A single-character abbreviation of the type description. (continued) 29 CHAPTER 2 ■ SQL SERVER SECURITY MODEL Table 2-9.
The SID (security identifier) of the Windows principal is stored in the Master database of the instance. 17 CHAPTER 2 ■ SQL SERVER SECURITY MODEL ■ Tip In addition to creating a login mapped to a Windows user or group, you can also map a login to a certificate or an asymmetric key. Doing so does not allow a user to authenticate to the instance by using a certificate, but it does allow code signing so that permissions to procedures can be abstracted, rather than granted directly to a login. This helps when you are using dynamic SQL, which breaks the ownership chain.
The script sets the user’s default schema to Sales. This means that the Danni user is able to reference objects in the Sales schema using one-part names. If no default schema is specified for a user, then their default schema is dbo. ■ Note Schemas are discussed in further detail in Chapter 4. Users Without a Login When creating a user that is not associated with a login, the user can either be mapped to a Windows security principal or it can be created using SQL Server authentication. ■ Note Users can only be created by using SQL Server authentication if the database is configured with a partial containment level.