Privacera Announces Latest Version of the Privacera Platform for Secure Data Sharing in Databricks

June 23, 2020 Perry Cohen

Privacera released its newest version of the Privacera Platform, and enterprise data governance and security solution for machine learning and analytic workloads in the public cloud.

The platform provides secure data sharing and balances the competing mandates of data democratization. However, it adheres to privacy and industry regulations that include GDPR and CCPA.

By leveraging the Apache Ranger architecture, the platform integrates with Databricks for consistent governance, security, and compliance, according to the company.

Further, the company also announced a new collaborative partnership with Databricks. It focuses primarily on data artificial intelligence. Privacera will provide natively integrated solutions in order to extend the security of data access and management of the Databricks clusters.

Per a press release, Privacera will present two sessions at the Spark + AI Summit, June 22-26.

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