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  • Paperback: 352 pages
  • Publisher: Syngress; 2nd edition edition (13 Sep 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1597499471
  • ISBN-13: 978-1597499477
  • Product Dimensions: 2.5 x 19 x 22.9 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 841,010 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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"Denny Cherry is what would happen if Bill Gates and AC/DC got together to create a sibling. He's a bare-knuckles, no holds-barred technologist, and you can bet that if he tells you that something does or doesn't work, he's speaking from experience. Active in the community, his passion is sharing. You'll enjoy this book." -Buck Woody, Senior Technology Specialist, Microsoft --Buck Woody, Senior Technology Specialist, Microsoft

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Denny Cherry (MCSA, MCDBA, MCTS, MCITP, MCM) has been working with Microsoft technology for over 15 years starting with Windows 3.51 and SQL Server 6.5. In 2009, Denny was named as a Microsoft MVP for the Microsoft SQL Server product, and in 2011 Denny earned the Microsoft Certified Master certification for SQL Server 2008. Denny has written dozens of articles for a variety of websites as well as print magazines on a variety of subjects including SQL Server, Clustering, Storage Configuration, and SharePoint.

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This book covers most areas of SQL Server Security.
The areas covered are explained clearly and concisely.
I would like to have see a bit more debugging of broken situations.
For example debugging SPN issue's, Security often overlap's multiple disciplines and responsibilities so a clear understanding of debugging steps would be great. Maybe next version.
Despite this I highly recommend this book to those who need to get up to steam on SQL Security.
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Needs to be proof read better - both for grammar and technical accuracy 8 Dec 2013
By BitDiddler - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
There is a lot of good information in the book, but the number of typos and grammatically incorrect sentences detract from the overall presentation. Even the author bio, which is a short paragraph, has a few sentences that are head scratchers - "Denny currently holds several all the Microsoft..." I almost put the book down after chapter 1 because of the lack of proofreading as this raises concerns regarding the technical accuracy. I've used SQL Server since version 4.2, when it was a combined Sybase/Microsoft product, so have a historical framework. Some of the security suggestions were quite good, but it seemed a lot of time was spent describing how to secure against poor practices rather than clearly designate something as a poor practice that shouldn't be allowed. People may not realize something is a poor practice and without it being clearly noted as such may follow the practice unwittingly. This isn't the case throughout, as the author was clear to state that SQL Servers shouldn't be directly exposed to the Internet, but this type of emphasis on what is a good or poor practice should be consistent throughout the book. Checklists or tables would be a good way to illustrate this, but that is limited to external audits for things like HIPPA and PCI - and even these are incomplete. This is not a book that you sit down at the server and use to implement security practices in a step by step manner. While there are a few coding examples, most of the information tends to be conceptual or partial examples. Some of the statements in the book were incorrect - such as on p. 15 - "The only secure way to connect from outside a network to inside the network is to use a Virtual Private Network (VPN) connection." These are the types of things that make the content the sense that it has to be read with caution and casts a bit of a cloud over the may good suggestions in the book. I would not recommend the book in its current form.
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DBAs: Read this book or go flip burgers 2 Sep 2013
By Paul Nielsen - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
I'm a 9 year SQL Server MVP, I've written chapters on SQL Server security in my books (SQL Server 2000, 2005, 2008 Bible). But now that I run an ISV, this is the book that I depend on as I lock down my servers. If you have data in SQL Server, and you don't have this book, then you're most likely in the horrid position of not knowing what you don't know, and you're just you're asking for trouble. I know Denny, he's about as honest as they come and he knows his stuff inside out. I bought the first edition and now I have this edition. It's one of the very few books on SQL Server that I actually read. I can't emphasize enough, there are plenty of good and great books on SQL Server. This is one of the 3-4 books that you MUST read.
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