Satori Extends Modern Self-Service Data Access, PII Discovery, and Protection to Mongodb Users

Satori, a leading data security platform, is adding support for MongoDB, a scalable and flexible NoSQL document database used for high-volume data storage and processing.

MongoDB users can now take advantage of Satori’s data security platform to reduce risk, improve productivity, and ensure compliance.

Through just-in-time self-service access workflows, users can remove the risk associated with overprivileged access to sensitive customer data stored within MongoDB Community, Enterprise, or Atlas servers.

Companies can boost productivity by eliminating the overhead on DevOps teams by integrating with any Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML) identity provider and managing access by automatically enforcing policies. Satori also makes compliance easier to achieve by providing a centralized, rich, and searchable query audit log to demonstrate that access to data is on a need-to-know basis, according to the vendor.

“We hear from many of our customers that they want one solution for managing access to data across all of their data stores, in a way that reduces the overhead on admins while providing a great experience for end users,” said Yoav Cohen, CTO, Satori. “With this new partnership, users will benefit from Satori’s built-in, continuous sensitive data discovery and simplified self-service access control to better manage the immense amounts of data stored across MongoDB.”

With Satori, users can quickly define access control workflows and automatically grant approvals without any engineering resources. Compliance is also streamlined as all data access requests and responses are recorded.

Satori for MongoDB is available for Satori customers. Satori already offers full relational database support for Snowflake, Amazon Redshift, Amazon Athena, MySQL, MariaDB, CockroachDB, Azure SQL, and others. Satori plans to further expand support for other NoSQL databases.

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