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Don’t Lose Data Without a Hacker

The GDPR has been law since 2016 and been enforced since mid 2018. California has the CCPA in law, but not being enforced. In any case, it’s 2020 and we have lots of tools and knowledge about securing systems. We … Continue reading

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Secure Enclave Concerns

We worry about security as data professionals. It’s a constant issue, though it seems that so many of the data breach issues come from simple mistakes. We have lots of automation, configuration as code, and more. These days we should … Continue reading

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Is 100% Security Possible?

Microsoft has spent a lot of resources working to ensure their software can be automated, audited, and configured securely. After the SQL Slammer worm, there was an effort made by the organization to code more securely. Secure by design and … Continue reading

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Quick Security Mistakes

How many of you have gotten an urgent request from someone in your organization? Maybe it’s a new database, perhaps a quick, “simple” change to an application, possibly even a new server or share that someone can use to complete … Continue reading

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