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5 Trends to Watch for in 2017 in Big Data, Data Security and the Cloud

Content contributed by Dataguise CTO Venkat Subramanian and originally published on VMblog.com. You don’t need a crystal ball to be able to foretell the following five inevitable trends that we’ll see proliferate throughout the year of 2017 and beyond: Trend #1: Growth in the Data-Driven Enterprise One of the most significant and exciting movements emerging […]

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Dataguise Customers Gather to Discuss Future of Secure and Compliant Data Infrastructure in the Cloud

For nearly a decade, Dataguise has established close partnerships with Fortune 500 enterprises to ensure their data security and compliance challenges are addressed. As a customer-driven organization, the company has formalized a customer forum for regular strategic interaction and joint planning. The Dataguise Customer Advisory Board is chartered with driving cross-industry improvements, accelerating and growing […]

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The GDPR Is Coming: 5 Things You Need to Know Now

It’s the most dramatic change to hit data privacy regulation in decades, and it takes full effect in just 18 months. The EU’s newly adopted General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is coming, and businesses the world over need to be prepared. Here are five things you should know about the GDPR right now: 1. It’s […]

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Protect the data, dummy.

In a recent video interview with Siliconrepublic.com at the PwC Business Forum, PwC cyber security partner Kris McConkey said in ten seconds what we at Dataguise have been educating the market on for the past several years: “A lot of organizations are going to be looking at how they secure data, as opposed to the […]

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Gartner on Masking and Encryption for PII/PHI Protection

Gartner gets it almost quite right in their newly published Technical Advice article on Protecting PII and PHI With Data Masking, Format-Preserving Encryption and Tokenization” (Joerg Fritsch and Ramon Krikken, published on Sept 10, 2015. The key findings of this paper examine the uses and impacts of tokenization, data masking (both static and dynamic masking […]

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Healthcare Data Breaches

How Can Data Breaches Harm Your Health? The Increasing Hazards of Medical Data Breaches As many had predicted, 2014 turned out to be the year of the data breach. Starting with Target at the very end of 2013, massive breaches at Home Depot, Staples, Dairy Queen, P.F Chang’s, Michaels, Goodwill, Jimmy John’s, Neiman Marcus, and […]

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How confused are you about big data?

Customers often ask me whether Dataguise is an analytical shop. I answer by describing what big data is: even though it’s as powerful as a storm, it’s a deluge that must be controlled in a positive way to provide business with unprecedented insights and value. A month ago, I had the honor to attend the […]

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Blurred Lines

Words Matter in Data Protection Forgive your enemies, but never forgive their names. John F. Kennedy The names and words we use for data protection – encryption, masking, tokenizing all seem to be getting blurred together. And with these lines blurring, the complex assignment of securing data in a Big Data context just got all […]

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