Tag Archives: data privacy

The Changing Nature of Data

Are addresses sensitive or private information? It’s a good question to ask since many of us have address data in our databases. I asked this recently at a SQL in the City event and the room was split. I come … Continue reading

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Fines for Data Access

Most of us know about the principle of least privilege. After I wrote about network segmentation recently, I’d hope that most of us know that limiting access to production data from all workstations might also be a good idea. Many … Continue reading

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CCPA Preparation

There’s an old Ron White joke about a small airport also being the tire repair center and hair salon. I thought about that when I saw a law firm became a software developer. I don’t know what other enterprise might … Continue reading

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The Road to Better Data Handling

Recently I was on an internal communication thread with multiple people at Redgate Software. We have various ways to keep our (semi-) distributed teams in touch with one another and handle issues. While email works, I think many people like … Continue reading

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