The Translation Matrix module leverages Camouflage's robust data access protocols when consolidating distributed enterprise data to perform consistent masking. The Translation Matrix module manages data synchronization automatically and facilitates 'one-click' data reversibility when required, can be used across any size organization and is capable of masking over one billion records.
"Corporations today are collecting high volumes of data from HR, finance, sales and business development, increasing the likelihood that inconsistent security practices will lead to a data breach," said Kevin Fleming, president of Camouflage Software. "Camouflage has created the industry's most robust and scalable data masking product. The addition of the Translation Matrix module increases an organization's ability to employ data masking across the entire enterprise."
Camouflage 3.5 is built with the latest in Java, JDBC and XML technologies, enabling the application to work on a greater variety of operating systems and database platforms. With this greater flexibility, Camouflage can easily modify copies of production databases so that they accurately reflect the characteristics and relationships of the underlying production data, while maintaining complete anonymity.
To schedule an interview with Camouflage at the RSA Conference contact Bill Keeler or Lauren Duffey of Schwartz Communications at (781) 684-0770 or [email protected] Alternatively, stop by the Camouflage Booth #2751 at RSA and ask for Gord Caines.
Designed specifically for data masking, Camouflage masks sensitive information, yet ensures accurate and quality test data for a variety of environments including development, testing, quality assurance, training, and data mining. Through a variety of intelligent masking transformers, Camouflage protects organizations' sensitive information against data theft and helps them facilitate compliance with worldwide privacy legislation. For additional info please contact Gord Caines, Director, Marketing at (709) 722-1200 , or visit www.datamasking.com.