Infognito Data Masking

Preventing Organization’s Sensitive Data Leaking to Unauthorized Personnel

A simple, robust and intuitive sensitive data detection, classification and masking solution

Feature Highlights

Sensitive Data Classification
Scan for sensitive and PII data inside your organization’s databases, classify it and automatically assign default masking methods. Infognito provides out of the box features such as a sensitive data classification dictionary and the ability to create new classification rules as needed.
Sensitive Data Masking
Prevent sensitive and private data from reaching non-production environments, while replacing the real data with a high value non sensitive dataset. Infognito provides more than 20 pre-defined sensitive masking methods and a robust “no-code” approach to adding new masking methods.
Consistent masking
Keep masked data consistent across the entire organization. Infognito data masking keeps masked data consistent between different tables, databases and even platforms.
Masking preview
See how data will be masked before masking it. Infognito’s masking preview report helps you to engage with your end users before masking the database resulting in an increased masking project success ratio.
Enterprise-class performance
Mask large volumes quickly without copying the data outside of the masked database. Infognito data masking uses an innovative approach that ensures that data never leaves the masked database during masking, masking is done in place using native database commands generating minimal logging allowing you to mask a very large database in a timely manner.
Data Sub setting
Copy only part of your production data to non-production environments in a secure way. The Infognito data masking subsetting feature helps you copy a subset of your records and mask them at the same time preventing sensitive data leaking to unsecured environments.

Data Masking Project Lifecycle

Supported Databases

MS SQL Server
DB2 (LUW, z/OS, i)
Azure SQL DB
Apache Cassandra
Sybase ASE

Supported File Formats For Masking

(including XML embedded in database fields)
Delimited files
(e.g., CSV)
Free form text stored
within relational databases

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