Big data security and protective intelligence solutions provider Dataguise is releasing what it says is the industry’s first Big Data Protection Partner (BDP2) Program.
Dataguise’s BDP2 program is built around its Dataguise product suite and offers solutions that can proactively locate sensitive data, automatically protect it with appropriate remediation polices and provide actionable compliance intelligence to decision makers, all in real-time.
Dataguise technology partners include Cloudera, Hortonworks and MapR, and its product integrations are certified with Cloudera’s CDH 5, Hortonworks 2.0 and MapR M Series.
It also has partnerships with system integrators and resellers such as Knowledgent and Carahsoft and is forging additional independent software vendors and original equipment manufacturer relationships with leading solution providers in the Big Data ecosystem.
Dataguise claims to be the only company that can work with all big data platforms and extract, transform, load technologies to protect structure and unstructured data sources.
It automates the discovery, masking, encryption and protective intelligence for big data in Hadoop, relational databases and online file systems.
By doing this it said it can enable enterprises to leverage big data without exposing or risking sensitive customer, employee or business information.
Dataguise’s co-founder and CEO Manmeet Singh said the key challenge with big data today is to fully leverage all important information while addressing compliance issues and protecting against data breach and threats.