Master Data Management, an African data management company, has entered a reseller and implementation partnership with Okera, Inc, the Universal Data Authorization company. The partnership will see Masterdata sell and implement the Okera Dynamic Access Platform (ODAP) in sub-Saharan Africa.
“We see universal data authorization as the missing piece of the governance puzzle, particularly with cloud adoption on the rise,” said Gary Allemann, Managing Director at Master Data Management. “Okera liberates data for self-service BI and analytics, without compromising privacy.”
ODAP is designed to help enterprises minimize security risk and enforce compliance with data privacy regulations, two key needs as companies assess data protection and access control objectives in a fast-moving technology environment.
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The Universal Data Authorization company discovers and protects sensitive data in cloud-based, on-premise, or hybrid cloud environments, making it of particular interest to enterprises looking to ensure the protection of personal data as they modernize their architectures.
“As data lakes increasingly become home to vital production datasets, a secure data access layer is essential to protecting sensitive data and ensuring compliance with evolving regulations,” said John F. Marchese, Vice President of Global Alliances & Partner Sales Channel at Okera. “Our partnership with Master Data Management will support African enterprises with a straightforward and cost-effective way to build a complete data analytics environment with the confidence they are taking a responsible approach to information privacy management.”
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