Getting Started with ALTR & Snowflake
Configure ALTR's Snowflake Service User
Connect Snowflake Databases
Connect Columns to ALTR
Creating Policy & Manage Data
Column Access Policies
Row Access Policy
ALTR Driver JDBC Installation
ALTR Driver ODBC Installation
Configure Tableau to Gain User Level Observability
Integrating ALTR Notifications with AWS S3
TDS Proxy Installation
Custom Masking and Extensibility Functions
Bring Your Own Key for Vaulted Tokenization
Use data policy tools such as Locks, Thresholds, and the Classification Report to govern and protect the sensitive information stored in the columns you have added in the platform. If you have not added a data source click here to learn how.
In this guide you will learn:
To add columns and remove columns click here.
By creating a lock you can control which user groups have access to and can run queries on sensitive columns. These columns can be shown based on your specific masking policies.
Note: Masking polices can be applied to columns defined as strings, numbers, dates, and times values.
To create a Lock click here.
By adding and applying thresholds to locks, data can be dynamically restricted or blocked based on specific rules. When a threshold rule is exceeded, an anomaly is created.
To create a Threshold click here.
Utilize the Classification Report in order to add data into ALTR.