data masking

New release: Mask SQL Server data 3x faster with Data Masker 7

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In the latest version of Data Masker for SQL Server, it’s now much easier to rapidly identify sensitive data that needs masking, set up appropriate rules, see which masking rules are applied to which column, and locate what sensitive data you've yet to mask.
We’ve also improved the performance of commonly used masking rules, which lets you run masking operations 3 times faster.

2020-03-02

Quickly Find and Mask all Sensitive Data with Data Masker for SQL Server

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Khie Biggs, a software developer on the Data Masker team at Redgate explains how a recent set of Data Masker improvements should make it significantly easier and faster to determine what data needs to be masked, implement a masking plan, and then to apply the masking operation, to protect sensitive and personal data in all the tables and columns of your SQL Server databases.

2020-02-19

Complimentary access to Gartner Guide

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Redgate has been acknowledged as a representative vendor in the Gartner 2018 Market Guide for Data Masking. For Gartner’s insights, analysis and recommendations on data masking you can get your complimentary copy of the report from Redgate.

2019-03-28 (first published: )

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