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GDPR article mapping to RDBMs feature availability

To close the article series on GDPR and available features in each of the four database systems reviewed, I was made aware by a few acquaintances that a more clear mapping between the actual regulation text and the itentified tasks, along with the features available on each database system would be very helpful. This is the purpose of this article and I hope it will be of help to everyone trying to map.. Read More

GDPR demystified – Part 4 : Mysql / MariaDB

In the previous posts, we discussed GDPR and how we could enforce it in the scope of Oracle , SQL Server and Postgresql databases. We now cover the same topic with Mysql and Mariadb databases in mind. As always, please refer to GDPR Data Security requirements laid down in the initial post. We will continue to walk the same task and activity structure for all RDBMs we cover. Let’s go to the identified.. Read More

GDPR demystified – Part 3 : Postgresql

In the previous posts, we discussed GDPR and how we could enforce it in the scope of Oracle¬† and SQL Server databases. We now cover the same topic with Postgresql databases in mind. As always, please refer to GDPR Data Security requirements laid down in the initial post. We will continue to walk the same task and activity structure for all RDBMs we cover. Let’s go to the identified GDPR tasks and requireements.. Read More

GDPR demystified – Part 2 : Oracle

In the previous post we talked about GDPR and how it could be enforced in the scope of SQL Server databases. We now cover the same topic but with Oracle databases in mind. Please refer to GDPR Data Security requirements¬† as stated in the post. We will religiously walk the same task and activity structure for all RDBMs we cover. Let’s move fast to the identified GDPR tasks and requireements and then the.. Read More

GDPR demystified – Part 1 : SQL Server

After months (years ?) seeing warnings and calls for attention to companies that are in a way or another impacted by the GDPR regulation and after being asked every now and then the same questions over and over again, I decided to write a few posts covering the technologies that can be used to implement the technical mechanisms required to enforce EU GDPR. I will cover major RDBMS and today we start with.. Read More