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.
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.
This article is first in a 4-part series on feeding the Datadog cloud analytic platform with different kinds of data from IRI Voracity operations. It focuses on the value of Datadog and Voracity together.
Elasticsearch is a Java-based search engine that has an HTTP interface and stores its data in schema-free JSON documents. Unfortunately, a spate of costly and painful breaches of Personally Identifiable Information (PII) continue to plague online Elasticsearch databases:
Were all the PII or other sensitive information in these DBs masked however, successful hacks and development copies may not be problematic.
Just as IRI FieldShield product users can reach and mask personally identifiable information (PII) — and IRI Voracity platform users can integrate and govern structured files — in Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) buckets, IRI DarkShield users can now find and mask PII in unstructured files stored in S3.