Dataguise Expands Privacy Protection and GDPR Compliance Platform for Analytics


At last week’s Teradata Analytics Universe in Las Vegas, IoT Evolution had the chance to chat with Dataguise, a data privacy protection and compliance company. At the show, it announced its enhanced GDPR solution suite for DgSecure, featuring support for important DBMS applications, new privacy data count reporting, and dashboard upgrades for global GDPR oversight. These and other new capabilities are designed to support a wide range of data-centric applications including the need for secure data analytics.

The Teradata Conference is held annually and brings together business and technology leaders to learn and share the latest strategies and tactics for optimizing data warehouse environments. At the event, Dataguise introduced and demonstrated its data privacy protection and compliance suite, showcasing best practices for strengthening GDPR compliance initiatives within mission-critical data infrastructure -- on premises and in cloud infrastructure.

Dataguise announced general availability of the following new features:          

  • Expanded GDPR platform support for additional DBMSs and streamlined flow of Right of Access (RoA) and Right to Erasure (RtE) across data platforms;
  • Unique and Total Counts of sensitive information detected – for use in GDPR Breach Reporting;
  • New GDPR view within the DgSecure dashboard;
  • Enhanced isolation for multiple groups using the product within multi-tenant environments;
  • New built-in scheduler for GDPR compliance related procedures;
  • Alert monitoring in Syslog format for system information and event management (SIEM) integration;
  • Embeddable “DgCore” library with core DgSecure functionality, and
  • Detection of sensitive data for SAS/SPD environments.

“The importance of securing sensitive data throughout the enterprise is a fundamental part of information management as organizations subject to the GDPR and other regulations must prioritize their efforts in these areas,” said Jay Irwin, Director, Teradata Center for Enterprise Security. “We expect the enhanced GDPR compliance suite to be well-received by Teradata customers.”

“Recognized by industry analysts globally as a leader in data privacy protection and GDPR compliance, we are excited to usher in these important new capabilities,” said JT Sison, VP, marketing and business development, Dataguise. “The new GDPR solution suite is designed to ensure organizations remain in good standing with this and many other regulations, while driving the greatest value possible from business analytics and other processes.”

Ken Briodagh is a writer and editor with more than a decade of experience under his belt. He is in love with technology and if he had his druthers would beta test everything from shoe phones to flying cars.

Edited by Ken Briodagh

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