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Toad for Oracle - Sensitive Data Protection

Find and control sensitive data across all your Oracle databases.

GDPR compliance is daunting when you have a multitude of applications and databases. Manually trawling thousands of tables, using column names to locate sensitive data, is tedious and inefficient. And vendor tools that search metadata can be slow, ineffective and risky. What if you could define and find sensitive data across all your Oracle databases automatically? This would save time while dramatically reducing risk.

Toad® for Oracle - Sensitive Data Protection performs data sampling across all your tables, using a range of expressions and customizable rules to define and find sensitive data. When sensitive data is identified, you can apply Oracle’s redaction and encryption techniques to strengthen data protection. Reduce risk and achieve GDPR compliance with Toad for Oracle - Sensitive Data Protection.

Key benefits

Accelerated discovery
Quickly discover sensitive data across all your Oracle databases for GDPR compliance and other regulations.
Powerful automation
Automates discovery, streamlines reporting and automatically notifies developers when they’re referencing sensitive data.
Easy integration
Integrates into many Toad features, such as Editor, VOEs and DB Health Check.

Features

Customizable rules

Provides configurable rules to define what sensitive data means to you. (Included in Toad® for Oracle Professional Edition and higher.)

Sensitive Data Awareness

Flags sensitive data use in object and code editors automatically. (Included in Toad for Oracle Professional Edition and higher.)

Sensitive Data Search

Searches across Oracle database schemas based on metadata and data polling.

Sensitive Data Protection

Helps you easily apply appropriate data protection measures using native Oracle features for redaction, encryption, and audit to help achieve GDPR compliance.

Streamlined workflow

Enables DBAs and Data Protection Officers to apply protective measures in-situ.

Reporting

Provides reports on one or multiple schemas. Export results as part of data privacy compliance of sensitive data.

Automation

Automates search and reporting functions to identify and locate data on which no policy has yet been applied.

Specifications

  • Windows 7 (32-bit and 64-bit) to Windows 10
  • Windows Server 2008 R2 to 2012 R2 (64-bit)
  • 1GHz processor
  • 32-bit: 1GB RAM
  • 64-bit: 2GB RAM
  • 530MB — Toad for Oracle Professional Edition
  • Oracle client or instant client 10g R2 through 12c R2
  • Oracle 10g R2 through 12c R2
  • Toad has been tested on Oracle Exadata 2.0 running Oracle database 12c R2
  • Application: Citrix XenApp 5.0 and 6.5 have been tested
  • Server: Oracle VM 3.1 has been tested
  • Desktop: vWorkspace 7.0 has been tested
  • VMware ESX Server 3.5, 4.0 and 5.5 have been tested
  • Amazon EC2 Oracle Database as a Service and Oracle Database Cloud Service have been tested.

Resources

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