Vast Data Stores

In NoSQL, a generalized object for each user holds everything useful about that user, alleviating the need for schemas used by SQL in connecting related tables. This makes it simpler for companies to replicate the databases across multiple devices on premises and in the cloud and keep the user IDs fully intact across the enterprise. That’s important for companies’ ability to scale. In NoSQL, access to vast amounts of specific data is fast. Finding and operating on specific data is much quicker than in relational databases.

NoSQL databases are being adopted to support the expanding business data in social network, retail, and ecommerce sectors.

Enhance NoSQL Data Protection

Close Out Inherent Privacy Vulnerability of NoSQL

Prevent common NoSQL patterns of privacy breach, even in MapReduce queries or Aggregation framework output

Confidence to Scale with Protected NoSQL

Rapidly distribute security services directly into horizontal, distributed NoSQL databases for data performance and scalability

Protect Sensitive Data Everywhere

Discover all sensitive data in all versions of NoSQL data stores to protect accordingly

Differentiated Masking

Precise element-level protection through various high-performance masking techniques

Compliance and Comprehensive Reporting

Maintain compliance with PCI DSS, HIPAA, SOX, GDPR, and more

Range of Protection

Secure structured, semi-structured, and fully unstructured data formats alike

Identify and Protect Data in NoSQL

PKWARE can scan NoSQL databases to identify and protect sensitive, personal, or private data. Not only does PK Protect enhance NoSQL speed in accessing personal data—for instance, to meet analytics and test demands—but it provides unmatched and ongoing accuracy in personal data protection.

Define sensitive data policies with PK Protect for all distributed data held by your company across its locations and devices. PK Protect can then concurrently detect and protect sensitive elements in motion and at rest.

Additional Resources

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