Tag Archives: GDPR

Republish: Data Breach Danger

In Seattle today, delivering two talks, so you get a republish of Data Breach Danger.

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Data Classification in SQL Server 2019

One of the areas that Redgate is working on is making data classification easier. Microsoft added some capabilities to SSMS 17.5 and Redgate has an EAP out for the next version of our data catalog tool. Azure SQL Database has … Continue reading

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We Need Data Privacy Consistency

For most of the last year, I’ve had quite a bit of my time devoted to the GDPR and related topics. My company is affected, as it’s based in the UK. Not only must we comply, but we know many … Continue reading

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What Data is Really Needed?

The GDPR took effect in May of this year, at least with regards to enforcement. A few days after the May 25 date, a German court ruled against ICANN, the company that registers domain names on the Internet and manages … Continue reading

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