Our smart, cost-efficient data masking and data management software helps you prevent data breaches, pass compliance audits and meet domestic and international regulatory requirements for data protection. Masking production data with DataVantage® software allows you to use it for non-production purposes.
Data Masking is one driver towards meeting GDPR compliance requirements which encompass data governance, data inventories, data protection, data breaches, and an individual’s rights around data collection, retention and usage. Among other elements, DataVantage® data masking software solutions can help meet GDPR requirements encompassing anonymization.
Months later, we continue to mourn the passing of our CEO, Joe Buonomo. Among other accomplishments, Joe worked with several of the nation’s cybersecurity standards organizations, whose efforts established a framework for operating in today’s complex computing environment. During this transition, George Lang will remain as company Chairman, Chief Technology Officer and VP/Software Development. Bill Vitiello, VP, Secretary will be performing the duties of the President.
Don’t upgrade your bloated data management software suite without talking to us first. DataVantage DME (Data Masking Express) is the “skinny” solution to your budget-minded data masking needs: A single data masking tool that protects production data for non-production uses like DevOps, QA, Analytics, Testing, and more. DataVantage DME®:
A May 2020 Gallup report noted a three-week increase in at-home workers from 31% to 62%. Many new, work from home (WFH) employees will stay at home: A recent Gartner survey of finance leaders revealed that 74% plan to move at least 5% of their previously on-site workforce to home offices permanently, post-COVID-19. The International Association of IT Asset Managers (IATAM) has already raised the alarm about the increase in WFH activity. Challenges include assets that are purposely being left unsecured (like the removal of admin permissions to speed up work), the rapid addition of new hardware with little time to focus on security, insecure home networks, and unprepared staffer errors. The association recommends these steps to reduce data breaches: