Informatica Reveals AI-Powered Cloud Data Access Management Solution

Informatica is unveiling Informatica Cloud Data Access Management (CDAM), a solution based on Informatica's 2023 acquisition of Privitar, offering an AI-powered solution that is a key component of data access governance, leveraging IDMC's common metadata foundation.

According to the company, CDAM revolutionizes how organizations manage, share, and use their data by ensuring compliance with policies and fostering customer trust. It integrates with IDMC to offer secure and automated AI and analytics use cases.

At the heart of CDAM's offering is the CLAIRE AI engine, which ensures automated sensitive data classifications at enterprise scale.

With CDAM, data teams have universal, automated controls at their disposal to govern data access, ensuring data is not only secure and private but also readily available, according to the company.

Key features include:

  • Intuitive policy authoring to simplify enterprise-wide data access management.
  • Leverages CLAIRE AI Engine to automate sensitive data classifications to identify personal records, personal identifiable information, financial records across large datasets.
  • Fully Integrated with Cloud Data Integration and Cloud Data Marketplace for automated contextual controls on data use and sharing.
  • Streamlines policy enforcement and auditing across diverse environments to enhance security, privacy and data management.

Key benefits include:

  • Accelerate access to trusted data for analytics and AI.
  • Reduce the cost of compliance and reduce the risk of data misuse.
  • Simplify controls on data across complex, hybrid data operations.
  • Automate self-service access to data from hundreds of data sources.

“We've heard directly from data leaders, and 40% of them have stated data privacy, protection, and compliance as their top challenges when managing their data strategy priorities. To address these needs, we are excited to launch our Cloud Data Access Management as part of a holistic data access and governance solution on IDMC,” said Jitesh S Ghai, chief product officer at Informatica. “CDAM combines data access control with classification, discovery, and cataloging tools, using metadata to automate processes. This makes operations in data-driven organizations more efficient and easier to scale, simplifying and speeding up tasks.”

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