This article is part of a series explaining how to use DarkShield and its many functions.
The IRI DarkShield data masking product uses fit-for-purpose facilities in the IRI Workbench IDE to search (classify) and mask (remediate) sensitive ”dark data” (as defined by Gartner) in many semi and unstructured data sources — including JSON, XML,free-form text files, PDFs, MS Office documents, and images. Read More
The Data Class File Masking Job wizard in IRI Workbench protects large numbers of structured file sources that have been previously classified. While it was possible to use the data classes in many of the existing wizards, if the data class library included a lot of classified fields, selection of the classified sources was cumbersome. Read More
The Directory Data Class Search wizard in IRI Workbench (WB) matches data in structured files within one or more directories to configured data classes. The search process compares the matchers in the data classes with the data in those files to determine the best match, if any. Read More
This article demonstrates the use of IRI DarkShield to identify and remediate (mask) personally identifiable information (PII) and other sensitive data in MongoDB, Cassandra, and Elasticsearch databases. Read More