How IBM Data Privacy Passports extends your data security

Protect sensitive data

IBM Data Privacy Passports is a consolidated data-centric protection technology that secures SQL structured data sources accessed via JDBC and enables privacy of that data after it leaves the system of record, minimizing the impact of security breaches and noncompliance risk.

Move data securely between environments

Encrypt data into trusted data objects before leaving the system of record. This protection follows your selected data as it traverses the enterprise network and prevents unauthorized access at all locations and end points.

Prevent unauthorized access

Protect data by applying several enforcement techniques—including encryption, masking and hashing—to reveal only data that is authorized for a given user based on central policy controls.

Enable verifiable security and compliance

Centralizing access and control of your protected enterprise data across all platforms reduces cost and complexity, and allows you to be audit-ready in a single place.

Get it on the IBM z15 platform

Learn about IBM z15

Data Privacy Passports is now available on IBM z15™— where you can encrypt your data, isolate workloads, and facilitate infrastructure security services.

Get it on the IBM LinuxONE III Linux server

Learn about IBM LinuxONE III

Data Privacy Passports is now available on IBM LinuxONE III, the highly secure Linux-optimized platform for data serving and open-enterprise computing.

Frequently asked questions

Read the documentation (PDF, 112 KB)

Explore the FAQs about data protection, privacy and provenance.

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