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How to automate your privacy protection

Defining data protection requirements and transformations in preparation for processing datasets in batch, streaming or API modes can often prove challenging for data owners and privacy engineers.

As part of Privitar’s mission to make advanced privacy protection techniques available to the entire organisation, Publisher 3.0 introduces a new set of HTTPS REST APIs that can be used to programmatically manage and protect a large number of datasets, while reducing human intervention.

With the new automation APIs in Publisher 3.0, organisations can automate and drive their data privacy policy definitions by leveraging information already present in organisational metadata catalogues and schema repositories.

Data provisioning pipelines can also be automated, so that data can be made available for analysis quickly and safely.
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Dave Roberts, Senior Privacy Engineer, Privitar
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