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Five Minute Briefing - Information Management
December 3, 2020

Five Minute Briefing - Information Management: December 3, 2020. A concise weekly report with key product news, market research and insight for data management professionals and IT executives.

News Flashes

Dell Technologies is bringing intrinsic security to the forefront with new solutions and services that protect customers' data. By building security into its supply chain, services, infrastructure and devices, Dell aims to help customers lower risk and become more cyber-resilient. According to Dell Technologies, more than three-quarters of organizations prioritize supply chain security during vendor selection to address security threats such as counterfeit components, malware and firmware tampering. Dell Technologies is addressing these concerns with new supply chain security offerings and data security-focused services for Dell Technologies infrastructure and commercial PCs.

erwin, Inc., has introduced a new version of the erwin Data Intelligence Suite (erwin DI), including enhancements to the user interface (UI), plus new AI and self-service data discovery capabilities. The goal with the improvements is to make it easier for organizations to tailor the solution to meet the unique needs of their data governance frameworks, identify and socialize the most valuable data assets, and expand metadata scanning and sensitive data tracking.

Radiant Advisors' John O'Brien outlines the components of a modern data architecture in this clip from his presentation at Data Summit Fall Connect 2020.

Privitar, a data privacy platform provider, is releasing the lasts version of The Privitar Data Privacy Platform, including new Right to be Forgotten functionality and enhanced enterprise-ready features. Through Privitar's Right to be Forgotten capabilities, customers are able to use their de-identified data for analysis while complying with the Right to be Forgotten article in GDPR.

Talend, a global leader in data integration and integrity, is expanding its partnership with Snowflake, provider of the Data Cloud through Snowflake Partner Connect. The platform offers Snowflake customers a two-week trial through which they can experience Talend Data Fabric, including the recently announced Talend Trust Score that enables companies to easily assess and improve data reliability in their cloud environment.