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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 and attendees about the challenges they’re facing.


The Details

Friday May 18th 2018

The Grange Tower Bridge Hotel, 45 Prescot Street, London E1 8GP

8:15am – 5:30pm (GMT – convert)

The schedule is out and I’ll be doing a variation of a talk I’ve delivered before on how the GDPR is really asking for solid data practices that we’d all like to implement. There are some panel sessions and lots of networking time built in.


This is an all day conference, though early bird rates continue through this week. You can purchase a ticket for the event from the event announcement. If you’re a customer, contact sales, and you may be able to get a set of discounted tickets.

Hopefully I’ll see you there and we’ll get the chance to talk about how we can all do a better job securing and protecting our sensitive data.

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