Compliance with privacy and security regulations such as GDPR is tricky since data is often stored across myriad heterogeneous data sources, both on-premises and in the cloud. These regulations require companies to report on where specific records are stored, where they may have been transferred to, and who has the authority to view this data. In addition, they will need to track all transactions that involve the selling of personal information.
Data virtualization provides companies with fine-grained control over sensitive customer information stored across multiple systems by establishing a single, unified access layer across on-premises and off-premises systems.
In this session, you will learn:
- Customizing security policies in the data abstraction layer
- Centralizing security when data is spread across multiple systems
- Controlling and auditing data access across different regions