Hospitality.digital is constantly looking to provide the utmost privacy and security measures to protect its customer private data. SecuPi allows us to discover, monitor, protect and delete customer personal data within our existing application landscape, making them GDPR-ready in a timely manner.
Dr. Andreas Gilch, Data Protection Officer
The largest Telecommunications company in Europe was facing the challenge of implementing personal data anonymization across their multiple Teradata and Oracle Data warehouse environments, including more than 30,000 sensitive columns accessed by more than 2500 analysts using a maze of analytics applications, CRM systems and tools.
After several unsuccessful attempts with all major encryption and tokenization vendors, the SecuPi platform was chosen as it was the only solution able to address its privacy, anonymization and security challenges. All that, without the heavy cost of maintaining thousands of UDFs/view and, performance degradation of thousands of encrypted columns. SecuPi successfully addressed all their anonymization and access control requirements in a fraction of the cost and time required by other archaic approaches, to ensure both security and compliance while ensuring access by a “need-to-know” basis.
The second largest European financial organization with hundreds of applications on various technology platforms was seeking a solution that would enable them to address consent, “right to be forgotten”, access on a “need-to-know” and monitor all activities on personal data. SecuPi overlay was quickly on-boarded on the high-risk applications, and within days per application, was able to apply all required anonymization, real-time monitoring and access controls – with no changes to source-code, networks or databases.
SecuPi has enabled the organization to transform its enormous estate (from Oracle Forms, old .NET based reporting services to the latest Java and microservices frameworks) while avoiding massive changes, prohibiting costs and unacceptable business risk to existing processes.