comforte AG integrates its Data Security Platform with Snowflake

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comforte AG recently announced the launch of its Data Security Platform integration in partnership with Snowflake, the Data Cloud Company. The integration will help customers securely move sensitive data to Snowflake’s single, integrated platform and use it for data analytics while helping comply with data privacy regulations.

Comforte and Snowflake will work together to mobilize the world’s data with Snowflake’s Data Cloud, bringing unique data security technology and helping joint customers protect sensitive data. Protection methods such as format-preserving encryption (FPE) or tokenization provide a strong level of protection while keeping the data usable for analytics initiatives.

Henning Horst, Chief Technology Officer at comforte, said, “We are thrilled to partner with Snowflake, one of the leading providers of analytics tools. The comforte Data Security Platform is specifically designed to help protect the sensitive data itself within cloud-based environments like Snowflake. By helping organizations comply with data privacy regulations and minimize the exposure risk of a data breach, comforte can greatly enhance the security and utility of their data with Snowflake.”

“We look forward to seeing the data privacy and protection benefits our customers will be able to access through our new integration with comforte,” said Vikas Jain, Senior Alliance Manager, Technology Partners at Snowflake. “As Snowflake continues to make strides to mobilize the world’s data, partners like comforte give our customers greater flexibility around how they enable secure analytics with data residing within the Snowflake ecosystem.”


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