MySQL has added a large number of security features over the last several years and within the MySQL 8.0 release. In this session we will cover securing your MySQL environment. Passwords Policies, Permissions, Account Lockouts, Encryption, Key Management,Advanced Authentication, Roles, Certificates, PKI, and more.
We will discuss keeping your data safe and meeting regulatory requirements with hands on examples and references to what you need to know.
Plus the talk will provide not just “how to”, but what each feature provides – what sort of attacks this protects against and why.
This talk covers all aspects of MySQL Security so that attendees have a better understanding of how to best secure their MySQL Servers. From security assessment and auditing, to hardening and other counter measures to prevent attacks on MySQL from succeeding. Code examples will be provided to show how to deploy, check, and monitor MySQL security.
About Mike Frank
Over the past 20 years, Mike has helped organizations formulate and implement complex new products and strategies. His background spans database development, tools, packaging, security, and backup. He’s brought well over 15 new to market products. At MySQL he’s been instrumental in working with various database and development tools, the mysql repos, and various security products and features. As a founder and VP of Products at Gazzang (acq. by Cloudera) he brought to market Linux TDE and a SaaS key management products. As a co-founder and head of products at Idera he brought to market 5 database management products including SQL Secure, SQL Compliance Manager, and SQLsafe. At PentaSafe/NetIQ, as Product Author and Product Line Manager, he created a line of products for Security and Risk assessment of Linux and Web Servers. Mikes experience spans databases, operating systems, security, e-business, and trading systems