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Las Cruces & El Paso SQL Server Users Group

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Next Meeting




"Encrypting SQL Server – not as hard as you think and worth the effort" with Matt Hartman

  • In-Person @ 1625 Hawkins Blvd. El Paso, TX El Paso, Texas, United States (map)
  • 12:00 - 13:00 Mountain Daylight Time
  • Language: English

The Las Cruces-El Paso SQL Server User Group (LCEP) will be having its next meeting, Thursday 09/10/15 from 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM at the New “New Horizons Center” at 1625 Hawkins Blvd. El Paso, TX 79925 Matt Hartman will be sharing his knowledge.  Join us for his presentation “Encrypting SQL Server – not as hard as you think and worth the effort”.  Ask Matt questions, get to know your peers, may be win a prize and have lunch on us!

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Featured Presentation:

"Encrypting SQL Server – not as hard as you think and worth the effort"

Matt Hartman, Developer City of Las Cruces NM

Matt will present the different options for encrypting data in SQL Server to include Total Database Encryption and Cell Level Encryption. I will demonstrate what each of these methods protects and show how it can be done in your environment.

About Matt:
Matt Hartman has over a decade of development experience, primarily in the government sector, working with a diverse toolset beginning with Visual Basic and ASP to his current work which has him focused more on the database development using SSIS, SSAS and T-SQL.


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