Compare Redgate Data Masker vs. iMask

iMask is ranked 17th in Data Masking while Redgate Data Masker is ranked 18th in Data Masking. iMask is rated 0, while Redgate Data Masker is rated 0. On the other hand, iMask is most compared with , whereas Redgate Data Masker is most compared with Delphix.
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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.

Data Masker can be used to mask data on any server that will run a SQL Server database. Data Masker is server neutral. It connects via the Microsoft supplied ADO software to the target database. The server side operating system is largely irrelevant to it.

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