Tag Archives: Data Masker

Data Masker for SQL Server and Temporal Tables

A customer had a question recently about using Data Masker for SQL Server and temporal (or system versioned) tables. I decided to make a quick demo that will show how this works. This is a simple demo, using just a … Continue reading

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The Figleaf Data Masking Beta

I’ve been using the Redgate Software Data Masker for SQL Server in a number of situations to help customers. This is a tool we purchased in 2017 and is a part of the SQL Provision bundle to make building safe, … Continue reading

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Randomizing Names with Data Masker

Data Masker for SQL Server is pretty cool. It can reduce your attack surface area and exposure under the GDPR or any other regulation. There are plenty or rules and templates to help you anonymize data, in ways you might … Continue reading

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Moving Birthdays with Data Masker

Data Masker for SQL Server is a fantastic product, and one that can reduce your attack surface area and exposure under the GDPR or any other regulation. There are plenty or rules and templates to help you anonymize data, in … Continue reading

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Powershell and Data Masking with SQL Provision

Just a quick post here after the PASS Marathon Webinar during which I talked about the GDPR effects around the world. In the talk, I demo’d SQL Provision, which is SQL Clone + Data Masker for SQL Server. Someone asked … Continue reading

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Table Internal Sync Rule–Substituting the Sync Column

I’ve been playing with Data Masker for SQL Server v6 and it’s an interesting product. I like the way it works, but I do find it a little challenging sometimes to figure out how to mask values. I’ve written a … Continue reading

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Data Masker for SQL Server–Syncing Values Across Rows

I’ve been playing with Data Masker for SQL Server v6 and it’s an interesting product. I like the way it works, but I do find it a little challenging sometimes to figure out how to mask values. I’ve written a … Continue reading

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