A new press release states, “Immuta, the automated data governance company, today announced native support for Snowflake, along with new privacy and security automation capabilities, that help organizations fully leverage cloud-based data analytics and data sharing — even on their most sensitive data sets. Enhancements to the Immuta platform include k-anonymization, the latest addition to Immuta’s suite of Privacy-Enhancing Technologies (PETs), automated decryption of cloud-based data, and a new, native integration with Snowflake that lets joint customers easily analyze and share sensitive data. Organizations are increasingly migrating analytics workloads to cloud environments for greater scalability, flexibility, cost savings and performance. Yet, 53% of U.S. and 60% of EU IT professionals are not confident that their organization currently meets privacy and data protection requirements in the cloud1. These concerns are forcing data governance teams to more tightly control who has access to what sensitive information, and for what purpose. The operational burden in manually enforcing rules and controls for compliance is inhibiting the success of cloud-based data analytics.”
Steve Touw, CTO and co-founder of Immuta, states, “Our latest release sets a new standard for managing security and privacy for cloud-based data analytics and data sharing… We’re introducing a safer, more dynamic, more cost-effective approach to managing security and privacy for cloud analytics, so companies no longer have to choose between data utility and data privacy. Now, highly sensitive data can be ingested in encrypted form to the cloud, with Immuta automatically managing access control and automatically injecting the right privacy protections, such as our new k-anonymization technique. With native support for Snowflake and other leading cloud platforms, we’ve built an end-to-end, easy to implement solution for data-driven, cloud native organizations operating in regulated industries.”
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