Enterprise IT / Cybersecurity

Data Access Governance

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What is Data Access Governance?

Companies in this market protect sensitive data by limiting access to individuals with the appropriate permissions.

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Leaders

Leaders are the most established service providers in the market and possess the breadth to address various customer needs.

See why these companies made it as leaders for Data Access Governance. These companies include Saviynt and Privacera.

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Saviynt

United States

Saviynt offers complete access governance and intelligence solutions for critical data, workloads, devops resources, and access to critical applications on cloud and enterprise. Saviynt combines granular application access, risk and usage analytics, real-time prevention with out-of-box risk signatures and SOD rules to address security and compliance needs for the enterprise.

Key People

Sachin Nayyar, Amit Saha, Shankar Ganapathy, and 2 more

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Privacera

United States / Founded Year: 2016

Privacera is focused on helping enterprises discover, manage, and monitor sensitive data within their systems.

Known Customers

StreamSets

Key People

Balaji Ganesan, Linda Khachooni, Don Durai, and 2 more

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Cyral

United States / Founded Year: 2018

Cyral's security product acts as a security layer on top of cloud data repositories — whether databases, data lakes, data warehouse or other data repository — helping identify issues like faulty configurations or anomalous activity.

Known Partners

ForgeRock, PagerDuty

Key People

Manav Mital

Highfliers

Highfliers are the most innovative service providers in the market and possess the resources to address evolving customer needs.

See why these companies made it as highfliers for Data Access Governance. These companies include Vera and Okera.

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Vera

United States / Founded Year: 2014

Vera is a data security company that enables businesses of all sizes to secure, track, and share any kind of data, no matter where it's stored or how it's shared.On December 24th, 2020, Vera was acquired HelpSystems. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

Known Customers

General Electric, Logica

Key People

Ajay Arora, Thomas Quarre, Eric Meyer, and 1 more

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Okera

United States / Founded Year: 2016

Okera is a software provider that enables the management of data access and governance at scale for the modern heterogeneous data environment. Okera's Active Data Access Platform allows agility and governance to co-exist and gives data producers, consumers, and stewards the confidence to unlock the power of their data for growth. This unique, enterprise-wide platform facilitates the provisioning, accessing, governing, and auditing of data in the multi-cloud, multi-data format, and multi-tool world.

Known Partners

Kyndryl, Starburst, BigID, and 2 more

Key People

Nick Halsey, Bobby Napiltonia, Nong Li

Outperformers

Outperformers are the most specialized service providers in the market and possess the expertise to address unique customer needs.

See why these companies made it as outperformers for Data Access Governance. These companies include Netwrix and Satori Cyber.

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Netwrix

United States / Founded Year: 2006

Netwrix provides a visibility and governance platform for hybrid cloud security used by IT departments worldwide to detect insider threats on premises and in the cloud, pass compliance audits and increase productivity.

Key People

Yuriy Barskiy, Michael Fimin, Alex Vovk, and 2 more

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Satori Cyber

Israel / Founded Year: 2019

Satori Cyber seeks to provide a platform that allows organizations to maximize their return-on-data in an optimized, secure and compliant way. Its platform offers complete data-flow visibility with transparent, secure and compliant data access across all cloud and hybrid data stores.

Known Customers

Amazon Web Services

Key People

Eldad Chai, Yoav Cohen

Challengers

Challengers are the most promising service providers in the market and possess the agility to address emerging customer needs.

See why these companies made it as challengers for Data Access Governance. These companies include Cigent and Anchor.

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Cigent

United States / Founded Year: 2018

Cigent is a cybersecurity company founded by data recovery, storage, and cyber threat experts that protect businesses and individuals against any threat vector, even after a security breach. Cigent Data Defense solves more than three decades of failure by the cybersecurity industry to prevent ransomware, data theft, and insider theft by placing protection as close to the data as possible (inside the firmware of storage devices) and adds Zero Trust multi-factor authentication that protects data at the endpoint, on the network, in the cloud, or when shared with trusted users. Cigent Data Defense is comprised of Cigent’s D³E (Dynamic Data Defense Engine), Windows-based software, and Cigent’s self-defending Secure Solid-State Drives (SSDs).

Known Customers

Phison Electronics

Key People

John Benkert, Kelly Hicks, Steve Nicol

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Anchor

United States / Founded Year: 2018

Anchor provides data security software for businesses to secure and control their data. The company specializes in data security, data loss mitigation, data breach mitigation, data governance, strong encryption, data access control, and secure gateway. Anchor was founded in 2018 and is based in Columbus, Ohio.

Key People

Harihara Indukuri, C. Emre Koksal

What is Data Access Governance?

Companies in this market protect sensitive data by limiting access to individuals with the appropriate permissions.

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