Data Dynamics Launches Insight AnalytiX 1.4

Data Dynamics | March 03, 2022

Data Dynamics
The Unified Unstructured Data Management Leader, Data Dynamics, today announced the launch of Insight AnalytiX 1.4, which is focused on increasing the Data Protection and Security Functionalities of the product. To assist enterprises to assure higher precision in PII/sensitive data discovery and updated remediation capabilities, the upgrade provides flexible and scalable data discovery, deep analytics, and decreased data exposure.

Every year, cybersecurity practitioners confront new problems because of several variables. Attacks by threat actors and the ever-evolving architecture of IT infrastructure, including cloud migration, in addition to external impacts like the pandemic, are all considerations to be considered. As a consequence of the increase and evolution of cyber-attacks, every company is more focused on safeguarding business-critical and personal data.

Insight AnalytiX 1.4 has a number of new features that make it an outstanding tool for identifying and mitigating risks. Users may now create a Data Insight report on a dataset utilizing complex multi-level logical expressions and a mix of logical operators in the newest edition of Insight AnalytiX. It decreases the likelihood of sensitive personal data being overlooked, assuring the most significant level of data discovery accuracy. Deep analytics, both descriptive and diagnostic, are used in the report to enable businesses to gain a clear picture of the risk they face and a simple way to quantify it.

"The latest upgrade in Insight Analytix builds a strong data security shield using scalable and flexible data discovery application and deep analytics. The upgraded risk identification and remediation workflow will certainly help enterprises protect their sensitive data from growing cyber threats."

Helen Johnson, CTO of Data Dynamics

When combined with Data Dynamics' unified data management platform, Insight AnalytiX 1.4 can help businesses unleash end-to-end data management features, including Data Analytics, Data Mobility, Data Security, and Data Compliance.


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