Dynamic Data Masking
If you love reading blogs, database news threads, tweets or listening to podcasts of best data handlers of all times, then you must have heard about data masking or data obfuscation. It’s the process of hiding original data using random data or characteristics. It involve crafting of analogous but inauthentic data version of an organization’s data for user training and software testing purposes. Most likely, you have also heard about Dynamic Data Masking (DDM) which delivers high-throughput as well as low-latency performance incapable of impacting user experience. This article outlines how dynamic data masking works.
How it works
Dynamic Data Masking works in a unification with database application in real-time for the unauthorized users not to see …Read More →