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SQL Server Security Checklist

Last week, in my previous article on How to Secure SQL Server I have discussed a few points that can help you secure SQL Server. In this post, as promised I will share a SQL Server Security Checklist that I have used for many of my clients to help them achieve PCI compliance.

As you are aware, PCI is global payment security standard council. Following their standards help an organization achieve a compliance certificate that all the card data that is processed, store and transmit are maintained in secure environment.

Here is the checklist as I have promised in my previous article. Please do let me know if you find something is missing and you want me to add it to the check list.

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Hemantgiri Goswami

Throughout my extensive 24-year tenure in the IT industry, I have honed my expertise in SQL Server and cloud technologies. My qualifications include certifications in ITIL, Azure, and Google Cloud, and my professional journey boasts a consistent record of delivering top-notch, dependable, and efficient solutions across diverse clients and domains. In recognition of my dedication and impact, I am honored to have received the Microsoft MVP award for SQL Server on six occasions. Additionally, I actively contribute to various online forums and blogs, acting as a moderator and facilitator of meaningful discussions. My ultimate mission revolves around empowering organizations to enhance the reliability and efficiency of their SQL Server implementations while fostering a culture of continuous learning and growth within the SQL Server community.