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Overview

iMask is the first commercially available product to include dynamic data masking. It supports encryption, tokenization, and masking. It helps you, by allowing you to make templates containing the rules of masking and associated data and metadata. It can be deployed in a variety of ways.

Oracle Data Masking and Subsetting extracts entire copies or subsets of application data from the database, and masks sensitive data so that the data can be safely shared with test, development, and partners.

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