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February 28, 2011 1:00 PM

Microsoft Offices, Brussels, Belgium

Microsoft Offices, Brussels, Belgium

Dear SQLUG member, 

We are happy to announce our first user group session of 2011...CSI style! 

Tom Van Zele will bring us SQL Server Forensic Analysis - Playing CSI with databases. 

You get a call from a colleague who thinks that his financial information system has been hacked. Of course this system uses a SQL Server Database back-end. In this session we'll uncover the basics of digital forensics: how to find out whether the system has been accessed by the intruder? What data has been accessed? Was there anything modified? We'll learn on how to find evidence of what happened and also on how to create a report that can be served as evidence in a court of law. 

About Tom Van Zele  Tom is a seasoned IT professional with more than 10 years experience, first in large scale Active Directory implementations, later moving on to SQL Server. His focus lies on infrastructure & security. You can follow Tom on his blog and Twitter @tvanzele

When February, 28th

Agenda 18:00 Registration 18:30 Session Start 21:00 Session End 


Microsoft België  Corporate Village  Leonardo Da Vincilaan 3  1935 Zaventem 

Click here to register 

Hope to see you at the event! 

The SQLUG Team

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