Data Masking Features

Read what people say are the most valuable features of the solutions they use.
SrinivasGanivada says in an Informatica Persistent Data Masking review
Lead Developer at Cognizant
The most valuable features are the structure masking and platform masking. I also like that for Salesforce integration we can use Informatica Cloud. For on-premise, normally we do the SQL server database. View full review »
Trusted Security Advisor at a tech services company with 501-1,000 employees
This solution has a lot of functionality and there are hundreds of use cases for it. We are talking about the database, which is the main business core for the company that holds all of the data. The features used by any one customer are dependent on their requirements and the relevant regulations. That said, IBM Guardium has a lot of capabilities, even compared to other solutions on the market. It can do everything from detection to prevention, and it provides reports about this as well. View full review »
Prabhakar Das says in a Broadcom Test Data Manager review
Senior Consultant at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
The combination of extract, mask, and load, along with synthetic data, is what is generally needed by any of our clients, and CA TDM has really good compatibility in both of these areas. CA is one of the few tool suites that has end-to-end features. Whatever role you are playing, whatever personality you are trying to address, it has that feature. For example, CA Service Virtualization goes hand-in-hand with TDM. In addition, TDM has automation. CA has most features that complement the whole testing cycle. CA TDM has open APIs. If we are going to use a set of Excel data and pull out the feed and we want to help the Service Virtualization by providing a set of dynamic responses to the request that that service layer is getting, how do we do that? We can use the API layer at the moment the whole process stabilizes, after three months or so. In other tools, that takes longer. This open API capability is good in CA TDM. View full review »
reviewer1290021 says in an IBM Guardium Data Protection review
VP - Enterprise Security & Cloud Business at a tech vendor with 1,001-5,000 employees
The ease of deployment is a key feature of this solution. View full review »
reviewer1345956 says in an Oracle Advanced Security review
Oracle Cloud Project Manager at a tech services company with 501-1,000 employees
The features that are the most used by the customers and partners are, at the moment, for GDPR, so obviously data encryption and data reduction are the most valuable to them. Our customers also like the partitioning option. View full review »
reviewer1342977 says in an IBM Guardium Data Protection review
Information Technology Consultant at a tech services company with 201-500 employees
The most valuable features are data loss prevention and data protection. From the perspective of analysis and prevention, this product is pretty accurate. View full review »
Data Scientist at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
The most valuable feature is data discovery. This is the most exciting feature for all of the banks. View full review »
Mehmet-Melek says in a Delphix review
Quality Assurance Engineer at a financial services firm with 201-500 employees
Delphix interfaces are simple to use and very user friendly. The response time is also fast and copying takes about five minutes. View full review »
David Caruso says in a Delphix review
User at Sutter Health
We find the most valuable to be the Delphix Virtualization and Snapshot features. It provides the ability to roll back to a point in time or roll forward without the assistance of a DBA. View full review »
reviewer1031169 says in a Delphix review
User
* Virtualization * Masking * Snapshots * Finding sensitive data. View full review »
VarshaBarde says in a Broadcom Test Data Manager review
Practice Head - Digital Testing at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
The entire tool is good and I like the synthetic data generation, that's really good. It's valuable because you don't have Prod data so, instead, you can create multiple copies of similar data. You can write rules and create permutations and combinations according to your needs. Or you can take a snippet of the Prod data and replicate it. All of that is really helpful. View full review »
Güzen Erözel Muslu, M Sc.,Istqb says in a Broadcom Test Data Manager review
IT Specialist at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
The tool has strong data generation functions. When we needed special function that is not in the list, the support team has generated these functions and added with patches in a limited time frame. For performance testing, we needed large amounts of data. The effort for data generation for this purpose has also decreased specifically. Depending on security politicies and regulations we have to obey, we needed masked production data for testing. With the help of this tool, considering data integrity we can mask the data in a variety of ways (like shuffling, using seed list, using functions etc.) View full review »
FrontLin0598 says in a Broadcom Test Data Manager review
Front Line Manager at a energy/utilities company with 1,001-5,000 employees
We can always get different sets of data and obtain the most recent data. They have production refreshers, where we can get data subsets of that data and to do our testing. We can also lock it down for a particular user's test or generate data. E.g., if the data is not there, there are multiple forms and variables through which data can go through and so we can generate it. When I run my App Test, I can directly connect with TDM. I can publish all my data into one table in TDM, then run my App Test directly. Essentially, my one test runs like 100 sets of data, I just click one test and it runs with 100 sets of data. I like the integration a lot. We also use the test matching feature and the ability to make and find data. View full review »