Webinars

Register for a webinar and view past webinars. In our webinars we deal with the latest developments in the field of test data management.

Webinar: How to start a data masking project

Webinar: How to start a data masking project

How to start a data masking project Many organizations feel the urge to mask data stored in non-production environments (such as development & testing) to protect privacy sensitive information of any kind. But where and how should you start? What things do you...

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Webinar: When to address your TDM problems

Webinar: When to address your TDM problems

When to address your Test Data Management problems? When is your software quality process affected by the lack of Test Data Management? And what are the implications for the speed of the whole process? During this webinar we'll show you when it is time to address the...

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Webinar: Synthetic test data generation from scratch

Webinar: Synthetic test data generation from scratch

Synthetic test data generation from scratch At the end of June 2021, DATPROF will launch the brand new synthetic data generation functionality in DATPROF Privacy. During this webinar Bert Nienhuis, the Chief Product Officer of DATPROF, will share a introduction to...

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Webinar: Data masking Oracle Siebel

Webinar: Data masking Oracle Siebel

Data Masking oracle Siebel Are you searching for a solution to get your test data easily compliant in your test environments? Or are you struggling with test data management in general? Have you got data obfuscation measures in place for your Oracle database(s)?...

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Webinar: The State of Test Data Management

Webinar: The State of Test Data Management

The State Of Test Data ManagementAt the end of 2020 we conducted a research about the State of Test Data Management, called “Test Data Management – State of the Art 2020-2021”. During this webinar we will give you an insight into the research, why and how it was...

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