The GDPR makes it essential for SQL Server teams to implement controls and processes for protecting personal data. But this doesn’t mean you need to lock your data away or slow down your development processes.
The GDPR recommends techniques such as pseudonymizing or anonymizing data to reduce the risks to data subjects and to help organizations be compliant.
SQL Provision provides a repeatable and reliable way of delivering compliant environments to dev and test, so that developers can benefit from using realistic data without running the risk of exposing personal details.
Keeping an eye on servers labelled as containing sensitive information is key to ensuring ongoing compliance with the GDPR.
SQL Monitor helps you to detect, report and investigate suspicious activity that could lead to a data breach or the inability to maintain availability and retrieval of personal data in a timely manner.
Data protection by design and default is a core concept of the GDPR.
Database DevOps introduces managed processes that simplify GDPR compliance by enabling software to be delivered in a consistent, reliable, and repeatable way, and by providing an audit trail of changes made.
You'll learn how Redgate's solutions help to ensure the ongoing protection of personally identifiable information (PII) in SQL Server, so that you can protect your business and comply with data privacy regulations such as the GDPR.
A summary of essential facts, handy hints and commonly used terms, to improve the understanding of the new regulation.
This whitepaper looks at what the changing data privacy and protection landscape means for organizations.
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