SQL Provision can help organizations ensure compliance with regulations such as HIPAA and SOX. But what exactly are these legislations asking of DBAs and how does this impact the work you do? Robert Sheldon provides an overview of the two US regulations in this four-part series.
Gartner released their 2018 Market Guide for Data Masking, providing an in-depth analysis of the market with recommendations and representative vendors – including Redgate. Gartner says that "Test data (or copy data) virtualization is a technology that is increasingly popular, when used in combination with SDM (Static Data Masking), to speed up the provisioning of and updates to target environments, in addition to significantly reducing the amount of storage required by these environments.”
Protecting Personable Identifiable Information is central to the compliance of numerous regulations which your organization may be subject to. In this article Grant Fritchey starts with the basics of obfuscating address data with the data masking technology in SQL Provision.
In order to protect data and comply with regulations such as the GDPR and HIPAA, databases used by developers and testers must not contain private and sensitive data from production databases. To help DBAs protect data, Microsoft have released a new feature as part of SSMS called Static Data Masking. In this article, Greg Larsen demonstrates how to use this new feature.
Data masking really has come of age. Gartner’s 2018 Market Guide for Data Masking has just been published and predicts that the global enterprise use of data masking (DM) or similar de-identification techniques will rise to 40%, an increase from 15% in 2017. And Redgate is acknowledged in the Guide as a representative vendor for Data Masking.
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.
In the last update from Redgate Foundry three weeks ago, they announced their intention to build a version of SQL Data Mask that would mask on-premise SQL Server databases, as well as Azure SQL Databases. They're pleased to say this version of the prototype is now available - here are the details.
This article describes a lightweight copy-and-generate approach for making a sanitized version of a production database available to development teams with SQL Clone and SQL Data Generator.