Make Your MySQL Server Installation More Secure

Megha Singhvi (~megha2)




Data in databases is turning into the most valuable asset modern companies can have. Making MySQL more secure is easy. Thus let's Learn about the little things that can make a huge difference in preventing, deterring, and analyzing malicious attempts. See how they affect the availability and the usability of the server. Learn how to avoid common mistakes when deploying your MySQL database and how to secure your database with multi strength layers.


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Megha Singhvi is a Open Source Evangelist with detailed working experience on MySQL. She is working as a MySQL Technical Principal Consultant at MySQL - Oracle India. She looks after the regions like India, Srilanka, Bangladesh, Nepal and have multiple hands on experience with MySQL. She is MySQL certified. Multiple time Speaker at OSI, PyCON Singapore, PyCON India in past, talked in couple of Oracle events & also spoke as a guest in various company events.

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Section: Security
Type: Talks
Target Audience: Intermediate
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Hi @megha , than you for submitting the proposal, is it possible for you to share the video / slides for the events you have spoken in the past.

Looking at the description it seems to be more oriented towards MySQL, can these "Best pracitices" be applied to any DB or specifically MySQL. What is specific to python in this talk or does it revolve around databases only ?

konark modi (~konark)

Hi Konark,

Though I have chosen MySQL as an exemplary name but yes the session will be around the various security features available for the database that an admin should deploy to make the instance highly secure.


Megha Singhvi (~megha2)

Hi, Plz help me where to upload the presentation.

Megha Singhvi (~megha2)

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