One of the data masking requirements for IRI FieldShield that we see in PHI anonymization use cases involves the blurring of dates at the row level, instead of the column level while providing a configurable option to retain the interval between those dates.
Whether your SQL Server database is on-premise or in a cloud platform like Azure, its data is accessible for movement and manipulation in IRI Workbench-supported products like CoSort, FieldShield, DarkShield, NextForm and RowGen, or the IRI Voracity platform which includes them all.
In addition to running IRI software from the command line, in batch scripts, DBMS schedulers like Oracle’s, or through third-party workflow automation suites like Stonebranch Universal Controller, the IRI Workbench development environment now has a built-in job scheduler.
Encryption key management is one of the most important “basics” for an organization dealing with security and privacy protection. Major data losses and regulatory compliance requirements have prompted a dramatic increase in the use of encryption within corporate data centers.
ODBC, Open Database Connectivity, is an industry-standard application programming interface (API) for access to both relational and non-relational database management systems (DBMS). ODBC was first developed by the SQL Access Group (SAG) in 1992 in response to the need to access data stored in a variety of proprietary personal computer, minicomputer, and mainframe databases without having to know their proprietary interfaces.