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Striim Offers Data Pseudonymization for GDPR Compliance

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by Angela Guess

According to a new press release, “Striim, Inc., provider of the leading end-to-end, real-time data integration and streaming analytics platform, announced today its capabilities in delivering data pseudonymization to help organizations achieve compliance with the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). In response to the regulation’s strong focus on data privacy, the Striim™ platform helps companies to continuously capture real-time data, and provide pseudonymization of direct identifiers by filtering, enriching, masking, obfuscating, and encrypting data while streaming. The Striim 3.8 product release includes built-in data masking functions that users can quickly implement through its intuitive UI and wizards-based development environment.”

The release goes on, “Along with support for pseudonymization, Striim streaming integration capabilities further enable users to: Create audit trails for completed compliance activities, such as deleting or masking of identifiable data, by capturing GDPR-related change data in real time, and storing it for compliance tracking and reporting; Perform continuous audits of completed compliance actions using multi-source correlation against an in-memory cache of required actions; Create compliance reports easily by tracking database and other data source changes in real time and via Striim’s file data lineage; Receive real-time alerts in the event of breach, and monitor workflow steps for risk assessment via the Striim platform’s visualization capabilities.”

Read more at striim.com.

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