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Securing Test and Dev Environments at the SQL Privacy Summit

Redgate Software is putting on a one day SQL Privacy  Summit on May 18 in London at the Grange Tower Bridge. This is a chance to see how you can ensure compliance with the GDPR while keeping up the modern pace of DevOps software development. Our goal is to educate you one the ways of protecting data and minimizing impact to business processes.

Use the code “Steve” when you register to save 25% off the standard rate tickets. I’ll be there, along with some of the sharp minds from Redgate and some local consultancies to talk about the topics of data privacy and protection.

We’ve designed the Summit to be for both technical and managerial staff that are working to ensure compliance with the GDPR. Our schedule is designed to help ensure that you lean from our research and experience to implement three key principles:

  • Map and maintain a living data catalogue of your data estate
  • Reduce your surface attack area by protecting data in dev and test environments
  • Implement ongoing monitoring to ensure your data is protected.

It’s a great schedule of sessions delivered by some experienced speakers and a panel that will cover these topics and more. We even have a couple workshops to help you discuss concepts and best practices with peers.

Register today (use the code “Steve”) and I’ll see you in London next month.

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