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T-SQL Tuesday #144–Data Governance

This month’s topic is something I wouldn’t have considered a decade ago. Especially in the US, this isn’t something that I’d actually have cared about for most of my career. Even when companies talked about governance, it was more a … Continue reading

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Tracking, Privacy, and Lots of Data

Half of all advertising dollars are wasted. We just don’t know which half. That’s a common view from people purchasing advertising, and it’s why I expect that this saying is what has led to complaints from Google, Facebook, and other … Continue reading

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Continuously Classify and Protect Your Senstive Data

Abstract: Many data breaches come about from less secured development and test databases. Redgate has integrated SQL Data Catalog and Data Masker to allow you to continuously improve your classification and protection process for those environments. In this session Steve … Continue reading

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Data Privacy Grows in California

A few years ago the CCPA passed in California. This was the first large scale effort in the US to provide some legislative action on data privacy in the wake of the GDPR taking effect in the EU. While there … Continue reading

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