Dataguise DgSecure Detect Strengthens Sensitive Data Governance in the Cloud

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by Angela Guess

According to a recent press release, “Dataguise, a leader in sensitive data governance, today announced that DgSecure Detect now supports sensitive data detection on Google Cloud Storage (GCS). Integration with GCS extends the range of platforms supported by DgSecure Detect, which helps data-driven enterprises move to the cloud with confidence by providing precise sensitive data detection across the enterprise, both on premises and in the cloud. With DgSecure Detect, organizations can leverage Google’s powerful, simple, and cost-effective object storage service with a complete understanding of where sensitive data is located — an important first step to ensuring data protection and privacy compliance. Dataguise will showcase the sensitive data detection solution for GCS in booth A25 at Google Cloud Next in San Francisco, March 8-10, 2017.”

The release goes on, “DgSecure Detect discovers, counts, and reports on sensitive data assets in real time within the unified object-based storage of GCS. The highly scalable, resilient, and customizable solution precisely identifies and summarizes the location of this data, down to the element level. DgSecure allows organizations to comb through structured, semi-structured, or unstructured content to find any data deemed ‘sensitive’ by the organization. The range of sensitive data that is discoverable by DgSecure Detect is nearly unlimited using the solution’s custom sensitive data type definition capabilities.”

Read more at Marketwired.

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