Do you have any Azure SQL Database that supports your production applications? Are you sure you implemented all the best features to protect your solution? Nooo?? What are you waiting for in the lobby?!? Jump into the room and have a quick overview of how to protect your workload by improving authentication, securing network and data, auditing access, and so on! We'll discuss topics like: - Authentication and authorization mechanisms for Azure SQL Database, with a focus on Role-based access control (RBAC) and database-level permissions, as well as other interesting features you can leverage by integrating with Azure Active Directory. - Connectivity options, introducing Service Endpoints and Private Endpoints to implement a network boundary around PaaS resources. - Transparent data encryption (TDE) and always encrypted. - Data masking and classification. - Vulnerability assessment and advanced threat protection. - Auditing and monitoring using Azure native tools. By the end of this session, you will have a better understanding of how to secure your Azure SQL Database instances and ensure that your data is safe in the cloud.
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