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February 6, 2013  2:00 PM

When Designing Logon Systems, Pay More Attention To Password Questions.



Posted by: Denny Cherry
Data Loss, Data Security, Database Design, Database security, Identity theft, Laws, Lawyers, Lesson Learned, Mayhem, Phishing, Security, Social Commentary, SQL Server

In recent months the Internet has started to wake up to security just a little bit more, and probably forgotten all about it as well (read

October 10, 2012  9:00 AM

Encrypting data in the same column



Posted by: Denny Cherry
Data Encryption, Data Loss, Data Security, Data Types, Database, Database Administration, Database Design, Database security, Encryption, Identity theft, Security, SQL, SQL Server, SQL Server stored procedures, Stored Procedures, T/SQL, Tables

I wrote a little while ago about the fact that sensitive data needs to be encrypted within the database for all applications.  This is the first technique that is available to you to encrypt data...


January 26, 2009  12:00 PM

Back To Basics: What are indexes and what are they used for?



Posted by: Denny Cherry
Back To Basics, Identity theft, Index, Index Scan

A while back someone posted on the ITKE forum asking what Indexes where, and what they were used for. I put up a quick answer, but I felt that it deserved a more in depth blog post; so here it is.


March 11, 2008  7:41 PM

Identity Theft: A BIG issue for IT Auditors and DBAs



Posted by: Denny Cherry
Database security, Identity theft

Arian Eigen Heald has posted a good blog about identity theft titled "

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