The simple way to make data more secure and more accessible

Security and accessibility – yes, you can have both.
For data to be useful, it must be both secure and accessible – qualities that are typically incompatible.
Your data can be secure, but it is also likely to be completely isolated so that no one can get to it.
Or your data can be accessible, but then it may no longer be secure.
This calls to mind a super magnet whose two poles can never meet,
but whose power, when harnessed, can create great things, like the electric motor.
Most data stores are located somewhere along a network path, be it the public cloud, private cloud, on-prem, or a hybrid of any or all. No matter the connection method — a simple network call, API, FTP, or some type of extract, transform, load (ETL) process — there is a networked way to get to these data stores.

The problem is that if authorized users can get to data, so too can hackers and malware. The only solution is to get your data off the network. But then how can you use it?
Data fuels today’s enterprise. Data analysts, scientists, and engineers need access to data quickly and efficiently, as do business analysts, developers, line-of-business owners, product managers, and QA teams.

Unfortunately, as data stores are secured (often in disparate ways and by different groups), the bar to access them has become dauntingly high. And even if a user can reach the data, it must typically be moved, replicated, or transformed to be useful, creating content forks and putting privacy at risk. So how can you secure it?
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