What's new in MySQL 8.0 Security: SQL Roles, Better Key Kandling, Atomic ACL Statements
Making MySQL more secure is a process which does not stop with the 5.7 release. The security development team is hard at work adding new security related features like SQL roles, keyring plugin APIs, multiple keyring plugins, innodb tablespace encryption, enhancements to auditing, making SQL ACL statements atomic, making password brute-forcing harder etc.Come learn how you can take advantage of these features.
Team Lead, MySQL Server General Team, Oracle
Georgi "Joro" Kodinov started working on MySQL in 2006 as a part of the optimizer team. He has moved to lead the Server General team, working on security, monitoring and the client-server protocol. Joro has background in banking IT.