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  • Personal Data, Privacy, and the GDPR

    Now that there have been well-publicised examples of the awful consequences of data breaches and data misuse, there is increasing public pressure for legislation on privacy and personal data that has enough clout to prosecute serious offenders. In the vanguard has been the EU data protection … Read more

  • Questions About the GDPR That You Were Too Shy to Ask

    The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will affect organisations in countries around the world, not just those in Europe. The GDPR regulates how personal data is stored, moved, handled, and destroyed. Not following the regulation will lead to dire consequences for your organisation. As a data … Read more

  • Questions about Data Governance that You Were Too Shy to Ask

    In this article, William Brewer answers questions you may have about data governance but were too shy to ask. ... ways of auditing financial processes, and the GDPR requires an interaction with individuals that are intrinsic to the application, and so need to be considered early on in development. It is a bad … Read more

  • Questions about Data Masking That You Were Too Shy to Ask

    The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will be in effect in May of 2018. Data masking is one technique that can help your organization comply with this and other regulations. William Brewer answers those questions about data masking that you were too shy to ask. Read more

  • Questions About SQL Server Security and Access Control You Were Too Shy to Ask

    Questions About SQL Server Security and Access Control You Were Too Shy to Ask. For many developers, database security and Access control is just something that gets in the way of development work. However, several recent security breaches have had devastating consequences and have caused a … Read more

  • Questions About Data Breaches that You Were Too Shy to Ask

    News reports about data breaches are common occurrences. Even the companies that exist to keep our data safe are not immune. William Brewer answers the question about data breaches that you may be too shy to ask. Read more

  • Pseudonymization and the Inference Attack

    Pseudonymization and the Inference Attack. It is surprising that so much can be identified by deduction from data. You may assume that you can safely distribute partially masked data for reporting, development or testing when the original data contains personal information. Without this sort of information, … Read more

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