Collibra Introduces Enhanced Machine Learning Capabilities in New Release

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A new press release reports, “Collibra, the Data Intelligence company, today announced the release of a platform-wide upgrade to improve access to critical data and expedite time to insight. The new release features machine learning enhancements to Collibra Catalog and marks the availability of Collibra Privacy & Risk, a sustainable approach to compliance with modules for CCPA and GDPR. With the new release, Collibra Catalog now includes additional capabilities that automate the process for Data Citizens to organize, discover and understand data across the enterprise. One of these capabilities is a new machine learning-powered data classification feature that streamlines the data ingestion workflow through automation so that new data is ingested, tagged and made available for analysis faster. Additional enhancements to Collibra Catalog include expanded connectivity, deeper integration support for BI tools and enhanced APIs.”

Jim Cushman, Chief Product Officer for Collibra, commented, “Organizations are increasingly challenged with extracting value from an ever-growing and ever-changing volume of data… With this new release, we are expanding our automation and machine learning capabilities to make it even easier for our customers to build a strong data culture, drive digital transformation and achieve Data Intelligence.”

The release adds, “The release also provides for the availability of Collibra Privacy & Risk with support for CCPA. Collibra Privacy & Risk uses a platform-based approach to privacy compliance that allows organizations to proactively manage data privacy policies, create and maintain a data process activity register, perform data protection impact assessments and evidence compliance to regulators and other stakeholders.”

Read more at Globe Newswire.

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