FRANKLIN LAKES, N.J., Sept. 15, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Direct Computer Resources, Inc., a leading provider of data privacy, file management and application development testing software, announced today that it has been granted a patent in connection with the data obfuscation technology used in its DataVantage Global® software.
The software is used for the management and testing of databases and database applications, data migration and the protection of sensitive data. It is designed to protect personally identifiable information and other sensitive data by utilizing encryption, masking, de-identification, data substitution and other obfuscation methods.
Using a unique, rules-based technology, DataVantage Global® identifies the data to be obfuscated and selects the appropriate method for obfuscating the data. The software gives organizations the ability to obfuscate large collections of data and to test and validate the obfuscated data across an enterprise.
Joseph Buonomo, the company's Chief Executive Officer, said, "We have been at the forefront of the data privacy business for more than a decade. The patent confirms our recognition as a leading innovator in the field."
Direct Computer Resources was granted a patent in 2007 for its data quality management and control technology.
About Direct Computer Resources, Inc.
Direct Computer Resources' family of DataVantage® software has served Fortune 500 companies for over 35 years. The software is used to create test databases, extract and edit data, and protect sensitive data. Its data protection features are designed to help large organizations meet regulatory compliance requirements and industry data security standards. DCR is also a board member of the Internet Security Alliance (www.isalliance.org) and has been involved in producing a series of several industry publications regarding the financial management of cyber risk that advise government and the private sector about how to implement information protection solutions to secure US critical infrastructures and financial, banking and health organization's most sensitive and private data.
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