active in the areas of databases and information security. Fields of interest: SQL Server data platform, security and data privacy, cryptography, forensic analysis, and fraud detection. He has an academic degree Ph.D. in the field of modelling, design, and development, of environments for the preservation of privacy beyond traditional SQL limitations. Jasmin regularly publishes research papers in indexed databases, such as: IEEE, Inspec, EI Compendex, and ACM. He is also a very active member in the professional IT world: Microsoft MVP (SQL Server) for 6 years in a row, MCT, and author of several books in English: Writing T-SQL Queries for Beginners Using Microsoft SQL Server 2012 (MVP Press 2012), Securing Microsoft SQL Server 2012 (in development), MVP Press. He is the founder and leader of the F5 user groups working at the Faculty of Information Technology in Mostar.
CSI SQL Server
- Stopnja 300
- Datum 19. maj 2015 13:45
Contemporary information systems, such as eLearning, eGovernment, eUniversity, eVoting, eBanking and eHealth, are frequently used and misused for irregular data changes (data tampering). Those facts force us to reconsider our security measures and find a way to improve them. Proving a computer crime act occurred requires very complicated processes that are based on digital evidence collecting, forensic analysis, and an investigation process. Digital evidence collecting and forensic analysis of database systems is very specific and demanding task, especially anti-tempering part of that process. In this presentation you will find information about what digital forensic is and what kind of methods you can use for collecting digital evidence on SQL Server.