The DAMA-CV Board of Directors are planning several events for 2018. We will post more details as they become known. Here are the topics and schedules :
January 18th, 2018 – Azure Data Stack and SQL Server Security – Speaker: Devin Jaiswal, Data Technical Solution Professional, Microsoft
- Dynamic Data Masking – Limit exposure of sensitive data by masking it to non-privileged users.
- Row Level Security – Keep multi-tenant databases secure from unauthorized access by other users who share the same tables.
- Always Encrypted – Client-side encryption of sensitive data using keys that are never revealed to the database system.
- Encryption-at-rest (TDE) Server-side encryption of the database content on physical storage, protecting against offline media attacks
Devin has been working at Microsoft for approximately 10 years where he has held a variety of roles in Microsoft Services and Sales organization. His primary focus has been Microsoft SQL Server, Microsoft Analytics Platform System (aka. PDW) and the Microsoft Healthcare integration solution, which is now part of the Microsoft / GE joint venture called Caradigm. His current role is Data Technical Solution Professional (TSP) in Mid-Atlantic region, A TSP is a critical part of the virtual team that works closely with the Microsoft Account Team, Specialist Unit and partners as a Subject Matter Expert and Consultant.
September 21, 2017 – Extending Traditional Data Warehouse Architectures using Data Lakes and the Lambda Architecture – Speaker, Mike Hermida
May 18, 2017 – You’re Already Doing Data Governance – Speaker, Steven MacLauchlan, Director, Data Consulting Services, UDig
This event was sponsored by UDig
April 13, 2017 – Data Strategy and the Enterprise Data Executive: Ensuring that Business and IT are in Synch in the Post-Big Data Era – Speaker, Peter Aiken
This event was sponsored by Data Blueprint
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