Privitar Modern Data Provisioning Platform provides self-service access to real-time data
Privitar has launched the Privitar Modern Data Provisioning Platform (MDP), a data security platform designed to help organizations maximize their use of data, within their organizations and beyond.
Privitar’s modern data provisioning platform uses a policy-based approach that enables organizations to comply with privacy regulations and protect customer trust with security and privacy features built into data operations. data.
Privitar’s modern data provisioning platform accelerates data access with streamlined, repeatable, and scalable processes for registering new data assets, assembling policies, and approving access requests.
Policies are defined in the platform control plane with decoupled enforcement points available in a variety of data planes supporting a range of data processing models, including high-volume batches for data lakes and warehouses and dynamic queries for SQL-based stores.
The introduction of the modern Privitar data provisioning platform comes at a time when enterprises are facing increasing regulatory scrutiny and increasing pressure from consumers. By the end of 2024, Gartner predicts that 75% of the world’s population will have their personal data covered by privacy regulations, making it urgent for organizations to ensure their data is handled properly. protected, while retaining their usefulness to drive innovation and efficiency. .
“We know that enterprises get the best results from their data when addressing data security and privacy in data provisioning processes,” said Jason du Preez, CEO of Privitar.
“We created the Privitar Modern Data Provisioning Platform to streamline this process and help businesses run more efficiently. Our policy-centric approach to data provisioning enables users to put safe and meaningful data into the hands of those who need it when they need it. This is a new paradigm that uses contextual policies to accelerate access to data without compromising utility, risk, compliance, or customer trust,” du Preez continued.
Privitar’s modern data provisioning platform enables self-service access to data for all users and applications by combining automated workflows for data registration, policy assembly and access approval with policy-based data security and privacy controls.
Businesses can use their data to innovate and gain efficiencies while maintaining customer trust and adhering to data privacy, data sovereignty, and industry data protection regulations.
Privitar’s modern data provisioning platform streamlines collaboration between key stakeholders, including data owners who are responsible for the use of the data in their care; data custodians who are responsible for the legal and ethical use of data; and data consumers who need to access and analyze data to deliver insights that drive innovation.
Privitar’s modern data provisioning platform brings these stakeholders together to eliminate delays in obtaining safe and useful access.
Privitar Modern Data Provisioning Platform core offerings include:
Dynamic query: The dynamic query engine will allow Privitar customers to apply the same policies used for high-speed batch processing on any JDBC data source. The new engine also provides policy enforcement in data virtualization layers from vendors such as Denodo.
“Future-ready organizations are embracing modern data architectures such as data structure and logical enterprise-scale data management and delivery to accelerate and democratize access to data for business competitiveness. businesses,” said Suresh Chandrasekaran, executive vice president of Denodo.
“The Privitar Modern Data Provisioning Platform seamlessly integrates privacy, policy lifecycle management, and compliance into such a data fabric architecture so enterprises can integrate, manage, and deliver trusted data. to any user, in real time, regardless of the location and format of the source data,” Chandrasekaran continued.
Buy data: The modern Privitar data provisioning platform provides a data exchange where data owners can register data assets using associated business terms, tags and classifications allowing data consumers to “shop around” on the available datasets. Using the relevant context of the data consumer’s project information such as purpose, location, and user group, as well as relevant business metadata and data classifications, data custodians set policies that enforce automatically relevant access controls and privacy-enhancing transformations that ensure the appropriate safeguards for usage data are in place.
The new data capacity store thus enables data consumers to have immediate access to approved data products and can be integrated with existing catalogs such as Collibra, providing a seamless data “verification” experience.
“Data only works when people can use it,” said Bas van Reeuwijk, global director of technology partnerships, Collibra. “The Privitar Modern Data Provisioning Platform is built for responsible data use and built for performance and scalability, enabling organizations to promote secure data access today and be prepared for the challenges of tomorrow.”
Modern data architecture: Policies, applied consistently across multiple environments, ensure performance by applying protections where the data resides. Privitar extends policy-based controls across provisioning models to protect data whether it’s pulled directly from a database or pushed into a data lake. These policy-based data security and privacy controls can be applied across a wide range of provisioning models and architectures, including on-premises, cloud-based, multi-cloud, and hybrid deployments using from cloud providers such as AWS.
Privacy controls, watermarks and compliance accelerators: Privitar offers a range of privacy-enhancing techniques, including dynamic and static data masking, tokenization, encryption and generalization, to secure sensitive data. These techniques can be used in any combination to tune the data resolution for each type of data analysis need. Privitar watermarks allow you to determine the origin, lineage, and authorized use of each data set. And building on Privitar’s latest acquisition, Kormoon, Privitar offers data custodians the use of templates spanning regulations such as GDPR, CCPA, and CPRA that can automatically assign protections.
“Our mission is to help organizations use all their data – quickly and at scale – in a way that customers trust and complies with applicable regulations and standards,” added du Preez.