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Fuse Analytics Integration With StrongSalt

Fuse Analytics based in Atlanta GA, has been migrating and storing enterprise data since 2014. As companies migrate to the cloud, and now, from one cloud service to another, migrating and storing data is becoming increasingly complex due to data privacy regulations. In addition to providing ETL services (Extraction, Transformation, and Loading of data to the new database) Fuse offers a data warehouse SaaS that holds all the legacy data that you need to hold onto, without the cost and complexity of storing in your new…

Immuta and Snowflake Partner to Enable Cloud Data Sharing With Automated Privacy Protection

Technology and Business Partnership Enables Joint Customers to Share Sensitive Data With Built-in Privacy Protection To Comply With Data Privacy Regulations and Business Rules Immuta, the automated data governance company, today announced a technology and business partnership with Snowflake, the cloud data platform, enabling joint customers to securely share sensitive data with automated privacy protection, while adhering to data privacy regulations and business rules. Featuring a new, native integration with Snowflake, the…

FileCloud Unveils Smart Data Leak Prevention Solution, Setting the Standard for New Era of Protection in Multi-Cloud Environments

FileCloud, a cloud-agnostic enterprise file sync and sharing platform, unveiled Smart DLP, an intelligent, rule-driven solution that enables enterprises to prevent data leaks in real time and secure enterprise content across on-premise and public cloud environments. “Security and risk (S&R) pros can't expect to adequately protect customer, employee and sensitive corporate data or IP if they don't know what data exists, where it resides, how valuable it is to the firm and who can use it.” “Countless security threats…

Survey: 83 Percent of US Organizations Have Accidentally Exposed Sensitive Data

National Survey Commissioned by Egress Finds That Employees Frequently Expose Data via Email; Companies Fail to Encrypt Data Before Sharing, Putting them At Risk of Non-Compliance with Data Privacy Regulations According to a national survey commissioned by Egress, 83 percent of security professionals believe that employees have accidentally exposed customer or business sensitive data at their organization. The survey found that accidental data breaches are often compounded by an organizational failure to encrypt data prior…