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Charleston, SC PASS Chapter 






Welcome to the homepage of the Charleston PASS chapter, the SQL Server User Group for Charleston, SC. The chapter meetings are taking place third Thursday every month.

The Professional Association for SQL Server is committed to empowering the SQL Server community to connect, share, learn, and be inspired through networking and knowledge sharing. The Association has played an active role in restarting and supporting the relaunch of the Charleston chapter. And, the local chapter leadership is committed to supporting the local SQL professionals.

The chapter meetings are to be held at Charleston Southern University in Charleston, SC - check back often for alternate venues.

CSU is located at 9200 University Blvd. Charleston, SC 29406.

Charleston PASS chapter meetings are FREE and open to all SQL professionals.

These monthly meetings will start around 6:00pm with a networking session (a.k.a. food, coffee and refreshments). Speakers will take stage at or shortly after 6:30pm. Please check back regularly for our updated meeting schedule.

Would you like to attend our meetings? We look forward to seeing you! (You can also join PASS for free here.)

Thank you for your interest in the Charleston PASS User Group!

We look forward to seeing you!

Click on the link for directions to CSU.

 Next Meeting

 The Next Meeting will be scheduled for 
March 4, 2015
Charleston Southern University

What Admins Absolutely Must Know About SQL Server Security
Speaker: Brian Kelley, Consultant Truth Solutions, LLC
Summary: There are so many security tips out there for SQL Server. Almost all of them are rated as a best practice. What do you listen to? What do you focus on? In this session we'll break down what you absolutely must know about securing SQL Server. We'll look at the things to look for within SQL Server, including some of the nooks and crannies an attacker might use but what are rarely audited. You'll leave with a checklist of what to investigate and a set of scripts to run on your own systems.

Brian Kelley imageAbout Brian: Brian Kelley is an author, columnist, and Microsoft SQL Server MVP focusing primarily on SQL Server security. Brian currently serves as an infrastructure and security architect focusing on Active Directory, SQL Server, and Windows Server. He has served in a myriad of other positions, including Senior Database Administrator, Developer, Incident Response Team Lead, and Project Manager. He is currently the president of the Midlands PASS Chapter in Columbia, SC.

CLICK HERE TO RSVP for the event

Directions to hall:

From Charlotte (I-77 down to I-26) you will get off of I-26 at exit 205B. At the first traffic light take a left into campus. Take an immediate right and enter campus through the Charleston Southern gates. You should be staring at the chapel. Ashby Hall  is the building on the right. Enter the front door and go straight thru.  Exit the glass doors, Room AH207 is on your left.



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