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SQL Server Row Level Security @ Richmond Code Camp 2009.1

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Update 10 January 2010: Thanks to Gints Plivna for observing that we had not posted the slides to this presentation, here they are: Pretty Good Row Level Security Slides.  – Bob

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Thanks to those who attended Saturday’s Microsoft Code Camp (see http://richmondcodecamp.org/).  Here are materials for the presentation “Pretty Good Row Level Security” which I did with Nic Morel, my fellow CapTech Ventures Lead Consultant. Continue reading

Grow your own row-level security

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Excerpt from "Protecting Your Data with Row Level Security for SQL Server Databases," March 17, 2009

Data security is not optional in today’s business environment. High-visibility hacking and fraud, Sarbanes-Oxley, HIPAA regulations, and the Patriot Act all reinforce the need to present the right data to the right users and prevent the wrong ones from gaining access. Typically, “row level security” (RLS) is one requirement: to allow or permit access to particular users based on data in a particular database row. SQL Server does not provide built-in row level security. Continue reading