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Continuing IT Training Program

Securing and Auditing Database Servers (formerly Securing and Auditing SQL Server)

Program Overview
This seminar, formerly called "Securing and Auditing SQL Server" covers how to configure data base servers to minimize associated risks and provide for an auditable system. You'll explore different security modes that allow integration with various access control mechanisms and/or with stand-alone user identification and authentication mechanisms.

Key Objectives
Upon completion of this course, participant will be able to assess the security and controls of a data base server used in banking applications and data.

Instructional Format
Facilitated classroom discussion and lectures.

Duration
Four days.

Level
Advanced.

Target Audience
IT Subject Matter Experts and IT Examiners.

Prerequisites
Participant should have attended ITEC and all Basic and Intermediate Level courses.

Pre-Course Assignment
None.

Special Requirements
None.

Post Course Feedback
None.

Credits
None.

More Information
For more information concerning course content, please contact Thomas Tuzinski (703) 254-2235 or regarding course administration contact Jennifer Futch (703) 516-5342.

 


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