Accelerate and Simplify GDPR Compliance
Identify and mask non-production data across on-prem and all clouds with programmable data infrastructure.Read E book
Delphix Anonymizes Sensitive Data in Non-Production Environments
Data in non-production environments used for development, testing, reporting, and backup contain most of the personal data subject to GDPR—representing a huge hidden risk. Delphix takes a comprehensive and automated approach to identifying and anonymizing sensitive data in non-production environments to ensure GDPR compliance.
Increase Compliance From 0% to 100%
Enterprise-wide map of data subject to GDPR
The Delphix platform profiles any data source using algorithms specific to GDPR to discover sensitive information.
Fictitious, yet realistic data values
Delphix masking transforms sensitive values into realistic but fictitious ones, while preserving referential integrity. Masked data is production-like in quality and remains fully functional for accurate development, testing, and analysis.
Consistent, policy-based masking
Configure once and centrally manage policies that you can apply consistently across the enterprise—to any application, any data source in any cloud.
Deliver compliant data anywhere via API
Delphix seamlessly integrates data masking with data delivery, and users can provision lightweight copies of data to developers, testers, or business analysts—in just minutes.
Meet GDPR anonymization requirements
while ensuring data is still usable for developers, testers, and analysts
Lower the burden
of meeting the “right to be forgotten” requirements for non-production
Speed up application development timelines
while maintaining GDPR compliance
Protect personal data
in both cloud and on-premises data
of cross border data transfers using anonymization
Operationalize in days
compared to months or years for traditional solutions
Fines and Penalties for GDPR Non-Compliance
Less severe infringements could result in a fine of up to €10 million, or 2% of the firm’s worldwide annual revenue from the preceding financial year, whichever amount is higher. The more serious infringements could result in a fine of up to €20 million, or 4% of the firm’s worldwide annual revenue from the preceding financial year, whichever amount is higher.
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