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The Privacy Pro’s Guide to Explainability in Machine Learning

As modern machine learning methods grow more powerful, they also become more complex – and harder to understand. Immuta’s Legal Engineer Stuart Shirrell outlines how governance personnel should approach this trade off on the International Association of Privacy Professional’s Privacy Tech blog. Read the full article below. Click here to read the full article. 

Introducing Automated Governance Reporting

We’re excited to announce the release of an essential new feature for our customers: Automated Governance Reports, or “AGR” for short. AGR allows Immuta governors to generate instantaneous records of all activities taking place throughout their Immuta environment. Want to know every user with access to a certain data source? Build a report in simple,...

What’s New In Immuta 2.1

The Immuta team is excited to announce our latest 2.1 release. Below are the highlights of the new features included in the release. Support for Spark Immuta can now enforce all the same policies historically available through Immuta while allowing massive scale processing in Spark. Why is this important? There’s no limit to how much...

Facebook Isn’t Out of the Woods Yet

While investors must be pleased that Facebook Inc.’s market cap increased by roughly $17.3 billion during the course of CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s testimony before Congress this week, the social network still has possible penalties and actions by the Federal Trade Commission to worry about. Read the full article.

Immuta Introduces Apache Spark Ecosystem Support and Automated Governance Reporting for Data Science Programs

Immuta has unveiled new features of its data management platform, including native Apache SparkSQL policy enforcement and automated governance reporting. These advancements in Immuta v2.1 empower organizations to process, secure and audit on a massive scale in Apache Spark, and provide them with greater visibility and control over how data is being used with integrated compliance...

Immuta Announces Apache Spark Ecosystem Support for Data Management Platform

Immuta recently unveiled new features for Immuta v2.1, its data management platform. The advancements include native Apache SparkSQL policy enforcement as well as automated governance reporting. The new features will enable organizations to process, secure, and audit on an extensive scale in Apache Spark, and also provide them with improved visibility and control over how...

Immuta adds native policy enforcement for SparkSQL data

Data management startup Immuta Inc. today announced it’s updating its platform, enabling data scientists using the widely adopted data processing software Apache Spark to build algorithms that adhere to strict policies on governance and privacy. Read the full article.

Immuta Introduces Apache Spark Ecosystem Support and Automated Governance Reporting for Data Science Programs

Immuta today unveiled new features of its data management platform, including native Apache SparkSQL policy enforcement and automated governance reporting. These advancements in Immuta v2.1 empower organizations to process, secure and audit on a massive scale in Apache Spark™, and provide them with greater visibility and control over how data is being used with integrated...

Spark Is Now In Immuta!

ANNOUNCEMENT Immuta is happy to announce our 2.1 release which includes native SparkSQL policy enforcement. With this new capability, Immuta can now enforce all the same policies historically available through Immuta while allowing massive scale processing in Spark. This includes row and column level controls, time windowing, minimization, purpose limitations (critical to GDPR), as well...

Tech Company of the Week: Immuta

MDBizNews sat down with a few local businesses that are thriving in the state’s cybersecurity sector and giving the Commerce team plenty to brag about at the upcoming RSA Conference. College Park-based Immuta serves algorithm-driven enterprises in order to accelerate their development and control machine learning, as well as other advanced analytics. They are, in essence, a...

GDPR. Ready or Not, Here it Comes.

Last month, the current Working Party 29 Chair and French Privacy Chief, Isabelle Falque-Pierrotin, expressed concerns that the EU Data Protection Authorities (DPAs) aren’t ready for the May GDPR deadline — casting more uncertainty over how the GDPR will be implemented in practice. Founded in 1995, the Article 29 Working Party, or WP29, serves as...

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