Compare Informatica Dynamic Data Masking vs. NextLabs Externalized Authorization Management

Informatica Dynamic Data Masking is ranked 13th in Data Masking while NextLabs Externalized Authorization Management is ranked 6th in Data Masking. Informatica Dynamic Data Masking is rated 0, while NextLabs Externalized Authorization Management is rated 0. On the other hand, Informatica Dynamic Data Masking is most compared with , whereas NextLabs Externalized Authorization Management is most compared with Axiomatics Policy Server, Tools4ever ERAM and Oracle Entitlements Server.
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Informatica Dynamic Data Masking de-identifies data and controls unauthorized access to
production environments, such as customer service, billing, order management, and customer engagement. Dynamic Data Masking masks or blocks sensitive information to users based on their role, location, and privileges, can alert on unauthorized access attempts, and provides logs for compliance and audit.

NextLabs Authorization Management separates policy management from the application lifecycle. It externalizes access control decisions to a decision point (decision is based on the data they want to access and the action they want to perform) that is decoupled from the application. The system interrogates an information point to determine a user's access rights based on a centrally managed policy. Authorization and access rights to an organization's network or assets are granted dynamically in real-time based on user, data and environmental attributes. Externalized authorization allows for the management of permissions to multiple systems from a single platform, streamlining the access process and reducing administrative burden. Access control to file shares, network subnets, document repositories and applications can now be made in real time by a centrally-managed decision point, using attributes in a user's directory entry.

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