Teradata and Dataguise Continue Alliance to Forge Support for Easy Transitions into New Security Standards

Dataguise and Teradata are furthering their alliance to deliver DgSecure software to their global enterprise customer base, allowing customers to quickly comply with new and rigorous security standards.

As a Dataguise partner, Teradata will benefit from Dataguise sales and engineering support for mutual customer accounts leveraging DgSecure for Teradata UDA and IntelliCloud deployments.

With this partnership, Dataguise furthers its support for companies across the industry spectrum to quickly comply with best practice and regulatory standards that require oversight of sensitive information.

The product’s integration with Teradata’s Unified Data Architecture (UDA), which includes Teradata DB, Hadoop, and Aster, will provide a layer of protection for customers.

Combined with Teradata UDA or the IntelliCloud managed cloud offering, DataGuise enables the use of corporate data in analytics and sophisticated workload management under a comprehensive data security layer. The expanded support ensures end-to-end data protection as well as compliance with corporate, industry and government mandates

Dataguise DgSecure simplifies data security regulatory compliance quickly and easily with an out-of-the-box solution that is administrator friendly and eliminates the need to program - saving time, resources, compliance costs, and complication.

The solution allows for the identification of all personal and sensitive data, including names, identification numbers, location data, online identifiers or factors specific to the physical, physiological, genetic, mental, economic, cultural, or social identity of a natural person using a combination of machine learning and behavioral analytics so that organizations can be confident in the results. DgSecure then provides the ability to protect, monitor, and regularly audit this information.

“The wave of IT security breaches continue to threaten organizations globally, moving businesses to reinforce existing defensive actions against such attacks,” said Jay Irwin, director of the Teradata Center for Enterprise Security. “Thanks to advances in enterprise security and compliance provided by Dataguise, these concerns can be further minimized. We value our partnership with Dataguise where the company’s data-centric audit and protection platform will add value to Teradata customer defense and data protection strategies.”

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