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Dataguise Partners with WHISHWORKS to Deliver Sensitive Data Security

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by Angela Guess

A new press release reports, “Dataguise, a leader in sensitive data governance, today announced that WHISHWORKS, a provider of IT services and systems integration focused on building and supporting the data-driven enterprise, has partnered with Dataguise to strengthen the security and compliance of data infrastructure throughout Europe. WHISHWORKS will offer DgSecure to customers within its areas of operation, including France, Germany and the United Kingdom. Established in 2008, WHISHWORKS has emerged as an IT service leader in data-driven IT outsourcing and consulting. The company specialises in delivering innovative technologies on time and on budget. WHISHWORKS oversees a Centre of Excellence and has developed deep skills in the areas of Big Data and systems integration. The organisation has partnered with the best platform providers, including MuleSoft, Hortonworks, MapR, Cloudera, and Dataguise, to deliver unparalleled services and products that fuel rapid business growth.”

The release goes on, “The partnership between Dataguise and WHISHWORKS will help organisations to overcome difficulties in unlocking Big Data’s potential because of the compliance requirements that will be imposed by the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in May, 2018. As many organisations struggle to combine their various data sources into a secure structure that can yield the rich insights necessary to drive meaningful and sustainable business growth, WHISHWORKS recognises that some view this information as out of reach, expensive, or sensitive in nature. WHISHWORKS deployments that integrate Dataguise security and compliance software will enable solution efficiency, security and greater profits by allowing higher levels of access through a secure and searchable data security framework in order to maximise the value of becoming a data-driven organisation.”

Read more at Marketwired.

Photo credit: Dataguise

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