Protecting data can be difficult. With data often spread across a growing number of different environments, it's hard to know what to restrict and where it's located. This risks non-compliance, and leaves organizations open to data breaches.
Article 30 of the GDPR (Records of processing activities), requires organizations to not just "maintain a record of processing activities…" but also to "make the record available to the supervisory authority on request." But it doesn't tell you how. In this session you'll learn about practical steps you can take to create a durable and living record of what you hold in your SQL Server estate.
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Richard is a Product Manager at Redgate, having previously spent almost 20 years in IT management, database administration and development for Insurance and Financial Services firms in London, back-filling other roles along the way. He spends much of his time boring anyone in earshot about the DevOps and automation implications of financial compliance and audit.