Data masking should be used in accordance with the organisation’s topic-specific policy on access control and other related topic-specific policies, and business requirements, taking applicable legislation into consideration.
Data masking is a technique used in information security to protect sensitive data by obscuring or replacing the original data with fictitious but realistic data. This can be done to prevent unauthorised access to sensitive information, such as personal data or financial information, while still allowing the data to be used for testing, development, or other purposes. Data masking can be applied to various types of data, including text, numbers, and dates, and can be done using a variety of methods, such as encryption, substitution, and redaction.
There are several ways to implement data masking in information security, depending on the specific needs and requirements of the organisation. Here are a few examples:
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