Tag: GDPR

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GDPR: Impact to Your Data Management Landscape: Part 1

The timeline for compliance with the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is fast approaching. From May 25th 2018, any organization failing to satisfy the new regulation faces fines of up to 4% of global revenues, or €20m – whichever is greater – as well as the potential suspension of any further data processing …

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GDPR: Impact to Your Data Management Landscape: Part 2

Welcome to part 2 of our 4-part blog series. In part 1, we provided a primer into the GDPR – covering its rationale, and key measures In todays part 2, we’ll explore what the GDPR means for your data platform In part 3, we’ll discuss how MongoDB’s products and services can support you in your …

Security

How to Achieve GDPR Compliance: Documenting Our Experience (I)

  Introduction The GDPR is a new regulation for the processing of personal data of data subjects residing in the European Union (EU). Essentially it is meant to protect the rights of those in the EU countries in regards to the fair and lawful processing of their personal information. It will take effect on May …

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GDPR: Impact to Your Data Management Landscape: Part 3

Welcome to part 3 of our 4-part blog series. In part 1, we provided a primer into the GDPR – covering its rationale, and key measures In part 2, we explored what the GDPR means for your data platform In today’s part 3, we’ll discuss how MongoDB’s products and services can support you in your …

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Using production data for testing in a post GDPR world

To SQL Server DBAs who are the shepherds of data in organizations, key GDPR questions, in general, center around whether data will need to be treated differently, safeguarded more etc. and specifically, as it relates to allowing production data to be used in testing. That will be the focus of this article as we’ll work …

Security

What DBAs Should Know About HIPAA and Other Data Protection Regulations

  Keeping confidential data protected is important no matter the industry, but when it comes to medical records and related data you would be pressed to find a more highly regulated industry. While most eyes are fixed on the massive and historic theft of credit card information in 2017, some believe the most dangerous threat …