How to Use Data Masking to Protect Sensitive Data in Your DevOps Pipelines

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Tali Einhorn, Product Manager & Hod Rotem, VP Solution Engineering at K2View

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Data masking is critical for data-driven businesses that must comply with a growing number of data protection laws, and safeguard against ever-increasing cyber threats.  Yet, the growing velocity, variety, veracity, and volumes of data makes data masking a complex operational obstacle that is slowing down businesses. Join us in this webinar to learn how to implement a comprehensive, automated, enterprise-grade data masking program that addresses the complex challenges most enterprises face. We'll cover: * The core components of a data masking framework * Static, dynamic, and unstructured data masking * Common implementation challenges * A novel approach to data masking, based on business entities * How to mask unstructured data (checks, documents, chat scripts, and more), including a demo

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