Welcome to the Oracle Data Masking and Subsetting Blog!

Hello, my name is Dinesh Rajasekharan. As the technical product manager for Oracle Data Masking, Subsetting, Discovery and Modeling here at Oracle Corp, I extend a warm welcome to new readers and hope that you will find this blog informative and useful.

By way of background, Oracle Data Masking is a data scrambling and sanitization technique that organizations use to protect sensitive production data when copying it to non-production environments. Organizations can improve security and comply with data protection regulations by masking the sensitive data before it leaves their production perimeter. Oracle Data Masking replaces sensitive information such as credit card numbers and U.S. Social Security numbers with fake but realistic data values to facilitate safe usage in non-production systems such as QA, development and training.

Oracle Data Subsetting complements Data Masking, helping organizations shrink storage costs by creating reduced size copies of production data while maintaining the referential integrity of the data set. Oracle Data Subsetting automatically enforces complex business rules of enterprise applications resulting in accurate subsets of the production data. Oracle Data Subsetting along with Oracle Data Masking provide a robust Test Data Management solution.

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