DOT-Anonymizer has a single, central engine to protect the data in all of your databases. It can be set up in any type of configuration:
After restoration of a production database to a test database
In combination with an ETL (Extract, Transfer, Load)
In combination with a data replication tool
The anonymized data can be used as a test resource that replicates actual-use conditions while complying with the legal constraints on data transfers.
Data is anonymized via engines that use various algorithms (scrambling, masking, directories, etc.) which are provided standard and are (of course) irreversible. Users also define rules which will allow them to send the data to be anonymized to the engine chosen for this operation.
All of the engines/rules can be extensively configured via a studio available as a web application or a rich client application.
The DOT-Anonymizer solution is based on a high-performance, multi-platform service in charge of providing anonymized data to different clients.
Our server’s multi-protocol communication capacity (DTAQ, TCP/ IP, HTTP, etc.) and the client (command line-type) application program interfaces (APIs) provided allow our server to be integrated at all levels of the data management chain by taking into account a company’s technical environments and the diversity of the information system.