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Editorials Security SQL Server

TIL: Columnar Encryption Might Be Susceptible to Abuse

I was reading a post talking about some SQL encryption technologies and statements (because, you know, that’s what I do just sitting around…) and found a new potential vulnerability that I’d never really considered before. I don’t pretend that I know *all the things* about security and encryption – it’s a constant process to keep learning and figuring out what […]

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Troubleshooting security problems in SQL Server 2017

Troubleshooting security problems in SQL Server 2017 If you have security problems in SQL Server 2017, review this troubleshooting checklist to find potential solutions. 1. Dimension security is ignored by Power BI Desktop in SQL Server Analysis Services Multidimensional model. In this case, when you open the dimension, all the measures become visible, and even those that you have denied...

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The Great Hack, The Creepy Line, and Our Job

These are some really intriguing movies (Netflix, etc.) – they’re finally talking about data, data use, data ownership, privacy, customization (sort of) and all sorts of things that have significant implications on our career ethics and responsibilities. When you watch these, they can quickly lead to a rabbit hole of TED talks, blog posts and more. Probably result in some […]