MySQL Security Best Practices

MySQL Security Best Practices, New 5.7 Enhancements for Developers and Advanced Replication Techniques

Please join us for MySQL Day at the Frisco Warren Tech Center to learn about developer and High Availability enhancements and also how to ensure that your MySQL Databases are secure! 

Recent reports of high profile attacks against some of the largest global corporations have heightened the importance of implementing a strong IT security strategy. In fact, 43% of companies experienced a data breach in the past year (Ponemon Institute, 2014).

MySQL experts will present security best practices, show you how to secure MySQL and meet regulatory compliance requirements, including: 

  • Authentication and Password Policies
  • Authorization and Privilege Management
  • MySQL DB Firewall
  • Auditing
  • MySQL DB Hardening Best Practices
  • Prevent SQL injection attacks

Join us on Thursday September 15th and learn how MySQL can help your organization increase High Availability and stay secure!

Register now! Space is limited. 

Agenda:

-9:30 am Registration / Breakfast

-10:00 am Introduction to MySQL 5.7 newest Developer and HA enhancements. Talk will be focused on MySQL as a JSON Document Store and MySQL in a Group Replication topology.

-11:00 am Break 

-11:15 am Expert security advice on hardening your MySQL systems against modern threats

-12:00 pm Q & A