Webinar Followup: End to End Security with SQL Server 2016

I recently presented a free webinar for Pragmatic Works where I discussed new security features in SQL Server 2016. You can click here to watch the recording of the webinar if you missed it. In this follow up I wanted to post the scripts I used and link to a few resources.
Here is a link to the scripts/deck from my presentation: End to End Security with SQL Server 2016
Here is a link to the recording of the session (free to view): http://pragmaticworks.com/Training/Details/End-to-End-Security-with-SQL-Server-2016
I cannot take credit for the scripts and demos for everything that I used. As mentioned in the webinar a portion of the content was derived from a blog post that Jamey Johnston did and can be found here: http://blog.jameyjohnston.com/oil-gas-sql-server-security-demo/ He did an awesome job creating a end to end demo of masking, RLS and Always Encrypted along with a pretty cool data set. My session wasn’t solely objects from his blog post but I did use some pieces and want to make sure he gets credit for the work!

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Bradley Schacht

Bradley Schacht is a Principal Program Manager on the Microsoft Fabric product team based in Jacksonville, FL. Bradley is a former consultant, trainer, and has authored 5 SQL Server and Power BI books, most recently the Microsoft Power BI Quick Start Guide. As a member of the Microsoft Fabric product team, Bradley works directly with customers to solve some of their most complex data problems and helps shape the future of Microsoft Fabric. He frequently presents at community events around the country, is a contributor to sites such as SQLServerCentral.com, and is a member of the Jacksonville SQL Server User Group (JSSUG).

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Bradley Schacht

Bradley Schacht is a Principal Program Manager on the Microsoft Fabric product team based in Jacksonville, FL. Bradley is a former consultant, trainer, and has authored 5 SQL Server and Power BI books, most recently the Microsoft Power BI Quick Start Guide. As a member of the Microsoft Fabric product team, Bradley works directly with customers to solve some of their most complex data problems and helps shape the future of Microsoft Fabric. He frequently presents at community events around the country, is a contributor to sites such as SQLServerCentral.com, and is a member of the Jacksonville SQL Server User Group (JSSUG).

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