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Speaking on .Net Security Best Practices to NH .Net Users Group

Friday, December 12, 2003 Comments

 .NET   Security 
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I will be speaking to the New Hampshire .Net Users Group, Tyngsborough, MA next Thursday (December 18, 2003) on the topic .Net Security Best Practices.  A big thank you to Sam for recommending me to Jim for this opportunity.  Here is a summary of what I will be covering:

Within the .Net Framework, two complementary forms of security are present:  User (Role-Based) Security and Code (Access) Security.  User security answers the questions,

“Who is the user and what can the user do?” while code security answers the questions “Where is the code from, who wrote the code, and what can the code do?”.  This presentation will give a practical overview of both forms of .Net Security as well as best practices for using .Net Security.

If you are in the area, stop by and say hello.

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