November 9, 2016: SQL Server, VMware, and Encrypting Private Data


1515 SW 5th Ave. Suite 900, Portland, OR

Patrick Townsend
SQL Server, VMware and Encrypting Private Data

Encryption has traditionally been the hardest part of data security, with key management being the hardest part of encryption. Join Patrick Townsend, Founder & CEO of Townsend Security, as he discusses these technologies and how they no longer deserve the reputation they have earned for being difficult and expensive.

This session will cover:
• Encryption and key management simplified
• Encrypting data on SQL Server
• Securing data in VMware environments
• Encryption and key management in the cloud
• Encryption best practices
• Meeting compliance requirements

Patrick Townsend Patrick Townsend has been in the data security industry for more than 30 years and brings both a deep well of knowledge and a unique perspective to the subject. He founded Townsend Security, a company that specializes in data encryption, key management, and managed file transfer solutions. Patrick is an award winning speaker and regularly presents on data security topics. He contributes to standards development at organizations like OASIS and PCI SSC

Rob Boek
Getting started with Git and GitHub

Even if you are a one man development team, having and using source control is critical. Git and GitHub are popular source control tools, and Rob will show us how to get started using them.

Rob Boek Rob (LinkedIn | Twitter) is a Database Administrator, Developer, Consultant and Microsoft Certified Trainer. Rob has very broad knowledge that spans from software development to systems administration, and has a deep knowledge of SQL Server. Rob has worked with SQL Server since version 6.5, and has supported environments with hundreds of SQL Servers, and databases as large as 100 TB.

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We wish to acknowledge the OSHU Information Technology Group for supporting Oregon SQL by generously providing the meeting venue.

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