Are you looking for developer tools that supports data anonymizing, database sub-setting, creation of synthetic data, GDPR erasure and subject access requests? g9 Anonymizer provides a fully programmable anonymization solution and solves some of your GDPR requirements. It connects to your JDBC compliant database and constructs a database model from which you can define
- anonymization rules
- data deletion rules for sub-setting data
- create rules for creating synthetic data
- erase rules for complying with Erasure requests
- Subject Access Request rules
Install g9 Anonymizer, restart Eclipse and select File > New > Example... to open an existing example project or File > New > Other... to create a new Anonymizer project (see the Screenshots).
Complete documentation is available from Help > Help Contents.
Select g9 Documentation > g9 Anonymizer > Getting started with g9 Anonymizer or download the pdf from Getting started with g9 Anonymizer.
g9 Anonymizer generates JDBC application code which automatically registers the JDBC drivers, opens a connection and executes the specified SQL queries. Foreign key definitions are used to propagate data anonymizations across related tables. The anonymization can be repeated and can be performed on multiple databases to ensure data consistency. When the database schema is modified, the database model can be refreshed with the new changes without affecting the rules.
Using Maven, it builds a JAR file containing compiled code for all rules including the Javadoc and source code. The JAR file can be independently run against a test database or it can be integrated into other programs for performing GDPR tasks.
Download and try out g9 Anonymizer and check if this is something you and your team can benefit from. A trial license is available.
Visit http://www.esito.no/en/products/anonymizer for more information.
Equal functionality is available as cloud services. If you prefer to program anonymizations with an ANOnymization language, a DSL built specifically for the anonymization domain, log in to anonymizer.esito.no and select the DBmasker service.