DATA ARCHITECTURE

Protegrity Adds New Data Protection Platform Features

Protegrity | March 15, 2022

Protegrity, a pioneer in data-centric security, recently launched version 9.0 of the Protegrity Data Protection Platform, which includes enhanced security and data-sharing capabilities to help organizations unleash the full potential of their data in increasingly complex technological contexts. Companies compete on data results, but data security and privacy concerns frequently hinder their ability to compete. New data anonymization features for delivering privacy-enhanced datasets for AI/ML and unified data security for multi-cloud settings to expedite innovation are among the platform upgrades.

With support for leading cloud vendors such as Google Cloud Platform, Microsoft Azure, Amazon Web Services, and Oracle Cloud delivered through a single, streamlined interface, the Protegrity Data Protection Platform enables secure cloud migration, multi-cloud deployments, data sharing, and collaboration. This single end-to-end solution handles data security throughout the company, simplifies security operations, and eliminates the security gaps that arise when data is protected across platforms.

Most businesses keep their data secure in walled gardens (available only to users of a certain platform) that are filled with flaws, complexity, and risk. Protegrity safeguards data wherever it is stored, reducing security risks and ensuring policy compliance.

"Moving to the cloud is essential for businesses to drive continued innovation, yet security concerns and complexity are slowing them from unlocking the full potential of their data. Version 9.0 of the Protegrity Data Protection Platform empowers businesses to make protected data more accessible and productive so that they can capitalize on the power of advanced analytics. When we deliver precise data protection, we alter the enterprise data security model from 'need to know to 'need to share,' unlocking data to deliver greater business value and innovation."

Paul Mountford, CEO, Protegrity

Added Features Are:

  • Unified, Multi-cloud Data Security Empowers Business Resilience and Agility
  • Anonymization Capabilities Deliver Privacy-enhanced, Analytics-ready Data Sets for Advanced Data Collaboration
  • Next-generation Logging Architecture Enables Advanced Threat Hunting

Jeffrey Breen, chief product officer and EVP of product and strategy, Protegrity said that "We've worked closely with our customers to understand their cloud strategies and data security needs to help them unlock the next level of data innovation. The latest release of the Data Protection Platform is a culmination of Protegrity's extensive knowledge and experience in the data protection industry."

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