As more computing activity makes its way into the cloud, so does storage. This is only logical given the need for proximity to data that cloud systems would need for performance in the same way on-premise machines should have data stored on or near them for faster processing.
We’re excited to introduce graphical dashboard displays from the structured data discovery wizards in IRI Workbench. It’s much easier to glean insights from statistical analyses of data sources and PII scans using visual charts than by looking at pure text results.
Abstract: Now that XLS and XLSX files are now also directly supported in IRI FieldShield by virtue of their new /PROCESS (format) support in the CoSort 10.5 SortCL program, IRI Voracity data management platform and standalone data masking users have three different ways to “shield” sensitive data in their spreadsheets.
The names of IRI software products and how they run have at times been a source of mystery, or even confusion, to the uninitiated. This article spells out the pieces and clarifies their interplay, providing a quick primer for prospective users, partners, and new industry analysts.
Abstract: It is common practice to mask sensitive production data for non-production purposes. Creating realistic values presents the challenge of handling new values introduced into production data sources and the risk of re-identification.
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.