Tag Archives: GDPR

Anonymisation Confusion

The GDPR starts getting enforced in a few weeks. It’s been law for a couple years, but the authorities have given companies time to comply. I know various entities are frantically working towards compliance as I keep getting updates to … 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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The CDO

One of the cornerstones of GDPR compliance is appointing someone as a data protection officer for your organization. This person is responsible for ensuring that your systems and data are safe and protected, and presumably, complying with the various articles … Continue reading

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Securing Test and Dev Environments at the SQL Privacy Summit

Redgate Software is putting on a one day SQL Privacy  Summit on May 18 in London at the Grange Tower Bridge. This is a chance to see how you can ensure compliance with the GDPR while keeping up the modern … Continue reading

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Webinar: 6 Principles of the GDPR and SQL Provision

On April 24, I’ll be hosting a webinar that talks about the GDPR and how you can help ensure compliance in your development environments. I’ll talk about some of the issues and show how SQL Provision can help. The GDPR … Continue reading

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The Nightmare Letter

I’m not sure if this imaginary GDPR letter is a nightmare, but I do know that in most of the organizations where I’ve worked, this type of request would result in a crash project for me. I’d be working long hours, contacting … Continue reading

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If only the US would follow …

I saw this blog from Allan Hirt and I wish the US would adopt something strong like this. I’d actually like this to apply to all organizations, but certainly critical services need to be secure. If you follow the link, you’ll see that … Continue reading

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The SQL Privacy Summit

This May 18th, Redgate is putting on a SQL Privacy Summit for people that are looking for solutions to help them comply with the GDPR regulations.  I’ll be heading over to participate, and I’m looking forward to hearing from customers … Continue reading

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Opportunity or Restriction?

I’ve been at the Redgate office all week, broadcasting SQL in the City and meeting with product teams. Quite a bit of our focus is on the GDPR law, with enforcement beginning in May. We’re building and enhancing tools to … Continue reading

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Kicking off SQL in the City 2018

I’m off today. Not taking a break, though perhaps it’s a touch of a break. I’m actually in an airplane, heading to the UK for the first 2018 SQL in the City. We’ll be broadcasting this Wednesday, and you can still … Continue reading

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