This week at IBM’s Information On Demand conference, IBM announced a solution for one of the largest concerns in big data today: Data security and privacy. InfoSphere Data Privacy for Hadoop is the first solution in the market to offer a full set of capabilities designed to protect sensitive
The new era of computing has arrived: organizations are now able to process, analyze and derive maximum value from structured, unstructured and streaming data in real time. However, in the rush to achieve new insights, are privacy concerns being neglected? How can you support business goals while
When organizations don't have trust in their data, they don't act upon it. With more companies looking to use big data to get richer insights, the question of "Can I trust these data?" arises more frequently. David Corrigan, director of product marketing for IBM InfoSphere, talks about how good
Boston’s recent ordeal demonstrated to everybody that civilization now has a powerful new tool for constant surveillance. Whether we use it in the cause of catching the bad guys or letting the bad guys control our lives is another question. But there’s no denying that social media, crowdsourcing,
Do we sacrifice privacy for the promise of big data? Finding a proper trade-off between the benefits of big data and requirements of privacy regulations is becoming a critical area of information governance.
Even though holistic analysis of multiple sources of information for decision making is
In the first ever Gartner Magic Quadrant for Data Masking, IBM InfoSphere Optim Data Privacy Solution was named a leader, receiving the best ranking in the ability to execute and completeness of vision categories compared to competitors.
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When he wasn’t being distracted by the footie (today I use a Brit term – you can work out what I’m talking about) and amongst a lot of other themes, Curt Monash made a few observations on privacy in his EnZee Universe presentation. I find this topic scary but fascinating. As I wrote previously,