eXate is a distributed software platform for enforcing data privacy, data protection, and dynamic Attribute Based Access Control (ABAC) by embedding centralised controls in common data ingestion and distribution points.
Our solutions work hand in hand to identify and automate the access to data through the enforcement of policies at a granular data level, down to individual records and data attributes.
Protecting Data in Motion
APIgator protects data in motion. It embeds directly into the systems, or any Gateway, facilitating the movement of data, capable of protecting all data in motion. This includes both data flowing through APIs (JSON and XML format) as well as streaming data (Kafka, Solace, and others).
Protecting Data at Rest
Datagator protects data at rest. It is an Extract, Transform, Load (ETL) solution that protects large amounts of data being moved from a source to a target. Datagator supports a variety of databases (Oracle, SQL Server, MySQL, Postgres, Databricks, Snowflake, etc.) as well as files (csv, fixed width, multiple delimiters).
BACKED BY CENTRAL SERVICES
DATA ACCESS MANAGEMENT
Quickly and easily revoke or allow access to datasets or individual dataset attributes using the relevant techniques, for the right consumer, in the right form.
DISCOVERY AND REMEDIATION
Analyse your data estate and be advise of any privacy or security issues or risks that may exist
Automatically and consistently apply policies as opposed to storing in a Word document or PDF on the Intranet, and leaving the wording open to interpretation
Instantly know who is accessing your data and remediate data problems based upon real-time insights
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WHAT OUR CUSTOMERS SAY
“You’re so much more comprehensive than your competitors “
Head of Data Architecture
“It would cost us millions of dollars and 10 years if we tried to do it the traditional way, this way it was up and running in 2 weeks”
Head of API Programme
“eXate has enabled us to meet the Data Privacy needs of today and our future roadmap”
Chief API Architect