Posts Tagged with data classification

David Poole

30 October 2018

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David Poole

30 October 2018

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The Data Catalog comes of Age

Nowadays, it isn’t just banks and multinational corporations who have to be rigorous about data. Even modest organisations who would previously been unable to afford the storage, tooling and processing power required, now have sophisticated data processing capabilities within their reach. Like the superhero of the comics, with such power comes responsibility; companies soon... Read more

How might classification and better documentation improve data safety?

In this post, we imagine how auto-classification of data can be used to build better documentation that helps you trust that your organization can use data without posing a risk or compromising regulatory compliance. You may have read recently about how we’ve spent the last month exploring the theme of data classification in Foundry,... Read more

Data classification: understanding and protecting your data

A data discovery and classification research project from Foundry In Foundry, we’re responsible for developing new products and technology to support the changing needs of our customers. We’ve seen a huge shift in our customers’ needs: driven by new and constantly evolving regulations, there’s an ever-growing demand on their time for data governance tasks.... Read more