Past Meetup

Create Data Exposure Audit to locate Personal Identifiable behavior in SQLServer

This Meetup is past

26 people went

Every 2nd Wednesday of the month

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As a BI Architect/Developer, it may become necessary to conduct a Data Exposure Audit to uncover Personally Identifiable Information (PII)-related data within your SQL Server environment. The objective is to uncover any potential data security exposure risks in a continued effort to consider and implement enterprise grade security policies.

Speaker Bio:

Alan Faulkner is an IT professional with over 20+ years of progressive technical experience with managing, consulting, software development, data integration architecture, data warehousing, and business intelligence development projects. The focus of my work is to work closely with stakeholders to develop architecture frameworks that align with organizational strategy, processes, and IT assets. Specializing in Business Intelligence (BI), Data Warehousing, database architecture, design and implementation.


• 5:00-5:30pm: Sign-in & network
• 5:30-5:45pm: Announcements & Intro
• 5:45-6:45pm: Presentation
• 6:45-7:00pm: Q&A, wrap-up, clean-up

Sponsor: Quicken Loans

Parking Options:

Park in our visitor garage of 1 North Center (address of building) the garage is on 1st St. There will be a person in the lobby to give visitor badges and bring people upstairs.

Parking is FREE. Quicken Loans will validate the parking at the garage, if the attendees park in our garage. We also have a Light Rail stop across the street from us Central and Washington.