Immuta just made an announcement today, the very first of its kind in the industry. The announcement was concerning its no-code, automated governance features which allow data scientists and business analysts to safely share and collaborate with dashboards, data and scripts. All these can now be done without the fear of violating data policy as well as industry regulations.
The Immuta platform makes sure that compliance is possible with all major data regulations. This includes the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), and the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA).
According to the Report of Gartner, Inc.’s Risk Management Leadership Council’s April 2019 Emerging Risks Monitor, “Accelerating Privacy Regulation” is the number one concern among risk, audit, and compliance executives. As defined by Gartner, “Accelerating Privacy Regulation” is “the risk of progressively complicated statutory regimes, which cover the use and protection of customer data, creating the potential for legal and financial exposure,” e.g. GDPR, CCPA, and HIPAA.
This Immuta Automated Data Governance Platform ensures trust is maintained across legal, security, compliance and business teams. This would help them to work together to make sure they enjoy timely access to critical business data with minimal risks. It is an automated, scalable, and no code approach which inevitably enables users across an organization to easily access the data they require on demand, while protecting privacy and enforcing regulatory policies on all data.
In the past, data policies were managed and have continually been managed at the application or system level. When analysts make a move to attempt to integrate data across several disparate systems, it can be very difficult and in fact, almost impossible, to re-write these rules into a new, combined policy. This process is very slow, prone to errors, complex, and requires months of calls, meetings and emails. Immuta’s new Automated Policy Inheritance feature takes out the need for human intervention to manage policies that spread across mashed up data sources. Analysts can easily, instantaneously and securely make up integrated data sources, share derived data from them and even work together across the organization – with confidence that every necessary control is in place.
These are only some of the various advantages of the new automated policy.