Posts made in January, 2015


In an opinion piece published by Help Net Security, Protegrity CEO Suni Munshani argues that businesses must change their mindset and realize that they are not “owners” of their customers’ data that must be monetized, but rather “custodians” of data that needs to be protected. It is republished below in its entirety. The original can be found here. When U.S. President Barack Obama recently called upon education service providers to...

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Well-known blogger Mike Vizard, in an article appearing in ITBusinessEdge, covered the launch of the Protegrity Cloud Gateway, a virtual appliance that, once deployed on a server, enables organizations to apply policies to the flow of data moving in and out of multiple SaaS applications. Protegrity CEO Suni Munshani says it applies a mix of encryption and vaultless tokenization to make sure data residing in a SaaS application can only...

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With Expertise in Protecting Applications, Databases, Data Warehouses, Mainframes and Big Data, Protegrity Extends Data Security Platform to Cloud and SaaS Offerings  STAMFORD, CT – January 21, 2015 – Protegrity, the leading provider of data-centric enterprise data security solutions, today announced the availability of the Protegrity Cloud Gateway to help enterprises confidently adopt software-as-a-service offerings such as...

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Database Trends and Applications covered the launch of the Protegrity Cloud Gateway in an article on January 21, 2015, and included a quote from Protegrity CEO Suni Munshani. To help organizations adopt software-as-a-service offerings such as Salesforce.com, Box, Gmail, Office365, and Xactly without risking data exposure, impacting business processes or sacrificing SaaS functionality, Protegrity, a provider of data security solutions,...

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Protegrity CEO Suni Munshani sat down with AdExchanger Associate Editor Allison Schiff to talk about data security, consumer privacy, and how Protegrity helps companies protect their brands by protecting the data they have about their customers.  This story was published on January 2, 2015.   Target. eBay. The Home Depot. Neiman Marcus. Michaels Stores. Sony Pictures Entertainment. Even Chick-fil-A.Data breaches, hacks and...

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