Solutions Set By Informatica Data Lake Management to Improve Regulatory Compliance

A new set of solutions has been introduced by Informatica for Intelligent data lake management and enterprise data to improve in GDPR compliance. The solutions have expanded their coverage across hybrid enterprise deployments and in the cloud. These solutions were unveiled at Strata recently where Informatica showcased their newest version of their intelligent data platform which is powered by the Claire engine.

Compliance analysts can now build reports from the data lake management solutions provided by Informatica Compliance Data Lake. The compliance data lake enables a comprehensive view of compliance-related data from platforms like emails, social media and other non-traditional platforms. What the solution set does is to support compliance through intelligent data discovery, efficient human workflows and optimized data processing among other methods.

Informatica basically has pre-built connectors that collect, process and deliver data and deploy the solution in the cloud or on premises. According to Ronen Shwartz, GDPR will be a reality soon therefore the management solution aims at supporting clients as they prepare to encounter the new regulatory challenges.

In addition to that, they have availed GDPR definitions and as part of security, they have a dashboard and a regulation package which aids in highlighting sensitive information and compliance issues. Moreover, business users and analysts will be able to look at all the data in the organization through the data map. That will ensure maximum security of data because not everyone will have access to some datasets. According to Schwartz, other cloud options that Informatica has supported include Azure and Google.

Similarly, the data platform will make it possible to understand and manage all enterprise data wherever it resides through an Al and metadata-driven catalog. Data is important to all organization and GDPR emphasized on the responsibilities each must take to understand the data. The requirements go beyond the legal and IT departments, as they are spread across all departments in the organization.