Skyflow, a data security and governance startup, has launched the second generation of its API-accessible data security solution. Skyflow’s new PII (Personally Identifiable Information) Data Privacy Vault is enhanced with the addition of a partnering Data Governance Engine that streamlines data access control.
Skyflow aims to allow businesses to more easily address security concerns at the data layer, rather than attempting to build security protocols on top of existing data solutions. Through the company’s API, partnering businesses can leverage a zero-trust data model in building out a data privacy vault, without investing in the development hours needed to build this solution from scratch. Skyflow notes that its solution provides an answer for compliance, data security, data governance, data residency, secure data sharing, secure analytics, and Encryption/tokenization.
The addition of Skyflow’s Data Governance Engine extends the platforms governance capabilities to include a more robust set of functionality. The announcement notes that:
“The Data Governance Engine adds a new policy expression language that makes it easy to create fine-grained data access control system, from columns to rows, based on any combination of policy, role, or attribute. The Data Governance Engine delivers a broad set of features, including access control, data provenance, auditing, logging, policy enforcement, and others.”
The new product is available immediately and developers can find more information in the company’s documentation.