Dataguise Announces Industry-First Sensitive Data Discovery for Redshift, RDS, and S3 at AWS re:Invent Nov 30, 2016
Dataguise, a technology leader in secure business execution, today announced that the Dataguise DgSecure solution for global sensitive data governance now supports sensitive data discovery on Amazon Redshift and Amazon RDS, as well as Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3). DgSecure helps data-driven enterprises move to the cloud with confidence by detecting, protecting, auditing, and monitoring sensitive information (e.g., PII, PHI, PCI data) across on-premises and cloud-based environments. With DgSecure, users organization-wide can tap into the data processing power and efficiencies of the AWS cloud to maximize the business value of their information while maintaining total ownership of all known and unknown sensitive data. The company will showcase the solution’s full suite of data security and compliance capabilities in booth 2424 at AWS re:Invent in Las Vegas, November 29 – December 1.
According to International Data Corporation (IDC), “More than 43% of organizations expect that within five years, the majority of their IT capability will be delivered through public cloud services, and that within three years, they will access 78% of IT resources through some form of cloud. New solutions born on the cloud and traditional solutions migrating to the cloud will steadily pull more customers and their data into cloud-based infrastructure.”
Dataguise DgSecure now scans for sensitive information stored on Amazon Redshift, RDS, and S3 and also provides ongoing monitoring of sensitive data in S3 throughout its lifecycle. The solution features transparent, role-based sensitive asset provisioning on the Amazon Elastic Map Reduce (Amazon EMR) platform so that users have access to sensitive data hosted in these environments through DgSecure role-based access policies.
“Many enterprises are moving to the cloud to take advantage of the reliability, scalability and agility provided by AWS,” said JT Sison, VP, Marketing and Business Development, Dataguise. “Dataguise customers leveraging Amazon Redshift, RDS, and S3 can benefit from our new offering and we look forward to sharing our stories of success with the thousands of attendees expected at re:Invent this year.”
During re:Invent 2016, Dataguise will activate its Five-Day Free Trial Program, providing prospective customers with full access to DgSecure software for a limited time. Organizations participating in the program will also receive up to $300 in AWS credits, along with instructions on how to implement DgSecure. For more information about DgSecure on Amazon Web Services, download the datasheet at http://bit.ly/2aTvulJ or http://amzn.to/2bdxGbp.