DataGuise Introduces Data Masking

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<strong>Fremont, Calif. &mdash; Nov. 18</strong><br />DataGuise, provider of data security and compliance solutions for enterprises, announced its masking in place solution for multi-database environments such as Oracle and Microsoft SQL Server. The dgSolution Suite aims to provide a secure masking of database content, and is designed for high flexibility and functionality across heterogeneous environments. <br /><br />Prevention of unauthorized access to privileged corporate information must be a mandatory business directive, DataGuise says. Analysts indicate that a growing percentage of data breaches result from insider access to corporate data stored across databases. Additionally, the outsourcing of production data to offshore processing organizations removes access controls to privileged data, moving organizations outside of regulatory compliance. <br /><br />The DataGuise dgSolution Suite addresses two concerns for building non-production environments: time-to-deployment and production data leakage. <br /><br />&ldquo;Core to our technology is the architecture which simplifies methods used for managing multiple databases, allowing rapid deployment of non-production test environments,&rdquo; said Erik Jarlstrom, vice president of customer advocacy. &ldquo;This ease-of-use is woven throughout the solution and reduces deployment time from months to days. Under the hood of this easy-to-use solution is intelligence that de-identifies data using processes designed to preserve data integrity. Engineered for usability, the DataGuise solution ensures that sensitive data is fully cleansed before leaving the production network.&rdquo;<br />

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