Applying a Pseudonym Rule in the IRI Workbench GUI for FieldShield or Voracity
To create pseudonym values that will be consistent across tables — and keep up with changing data in those tables — the IRI Workbench GUI for FieldShield and Voracity now includes a Flow Diagram Palette item for Pseudonymization.
Linear regression is a staple data analysis function for financial, economic, research, and many other disciplines, that helps discover new data correlations. Users of the IRI Voracity platform can now simultaneously process big data from any number of sources and present customized trend lines to help business users make predictions.
IRI CellShield™ Enterprise Edition now offers an Intra-Cell Search feature that finds and protects sensitive data in unstructured cell contents with masking, encryption, or pseudonymization. Just as with full-cell values, you can now identify and mask the ‘floating’ sensitive data in Microsoft Excel® spreadsheets with only a few mouse clicks.
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.
Note: This example demonstrates a more direct method of using IRI FieldShield or IRI Voracity to statically mask PII within structured MongoDB collections. Our older how-to-article on indirect data masking of MongoDB through export/mask/import from 2015 is here, and a newer method through MongoDB’s native driver support in CoSort v10 from 2018 is here.