All our latest articles on simplifying data access management
Data contracts are here to stay. One can no longer think of software development without APIs and the same will become true for data engineering and data contracts. But as we are still very early in the rise of data contracts, solutions to assist data engineers will pop-up and disappear again..
Terraform is an easy way to get started with data access management, but becomes very hard to scale when data consumption starts to grow.
Trust is essential to create value from data. Zhamak Dehghani's concept of data products is an important step in that direction, but data workers also need to trust that they get timely access to the data they need
Scaling data access management has long been an issue. Everyone will have experienced a slow onboarding process due to access management at least once, or struggled to either create or approve an access request due to difficult workflows or a confusing data landscape. So when this is a common problem, why don't current workflows scale?
Bart, Raito CEO, and Wannes, Head of Product, combine to share their top 5 predictions on what will happen in the data space in 2023. Continued investment in data and analytics might be expected, but how will this play out?
The first of our Snowflake blog series, we dive into how Data Access Management on Snowflake starts. So what are the basics? And how does Snowflake set out their approach through RBAC and DAC?
Handing out the keys for data access has changed drastically over the last few decades. So how has this journey actually gone, what were the learnings at each stage, and what have new regulations like GDPR actually done? Bart dives into the early days, then all-access innovation, through to the data compliance conundrum of PII data and tightening access controls - including where we believe access management needs to go to be a true success.
Data access analytics needs a new approach to UI/UX. Building intuitive products is a must in today's world of cluttered offerings. But how do you make sure that you get it right? And how do you quickly ensure that you avoid pitfalls while building something that a potential user actually wants to use? We explain why its a core focus at Raito, and why data access analytics needs a UI/UX overhaul.
ISO 27001 - the 2022 version. Security standards are now including privacy protection as a core part of new regulation updates. So what is changing, how big a part will Governance teams now play, and will this lead to some old frameworks reappearing?
The panic of an upcoming deadline is always a motivator. The data access audit is usually what spurs businesses to finally, and belatedly, dive into the dark dungeons they left their access issues in after last year's review. So how can you avoid Sisyphus' fate, and finally get that rock over the top of that hill?
Raito, the data access management software for modern data teams, today announces it has raised €4m in Seed funding as the company emerges from stealth mode in its mission to make data teams more productive by simplifying data access management.
More external cloud assets were breached than on-premise assets in 2021, and data breaches are happening at a regularity never seen before. So what is the main weak spot for businesses? And how can you reduce that risk? The summary of the summary - people are a problem. For the solution - read on...
Last month, BigDataLDN brought some of the key trends in data into the spotlight. Data Mesh was centre stage - what did the experts say?
Rising interest rates will have an impact on your data products, and the way you do data governance.
In the age of cloud, privacy and security professionals are feeling overwhelmed when trying to protect their organisations’ data. However, they might find an unexpected ally in the CDO.
Let’s discuss the 4 ways that access management through Terraform scripts prevents you from implementing federated computational governance.
Data privacy is not the fence around your data. It does not prevent you from, yet enables you to use data and install a truly data driven culture in your organization.