Spiceware, cloud-based personal identifiable information (PII) protection service company, announced on August 2nd that Spiceware PII CDE now supports Node.js environment.
With this added support, Spiceware hopes to attract startups and companies in app development, game development, e-commerce, etc. with a small server environment that requires high development efficiency. Companies considering integrated security solution for cloud environment to protect development, testing, production and management cycle can use Spiceware PII CDE to improve productivity, user convenience, and safety all at once.
By utilizing ‘AI technology,’ Spiceware PII CDE detects and manages PII in real time, providing a framework for a safer protection environment. It is perfect for companies hoping to comply with PII protection regulations as it supports both technological and managerial protection measures. Companies already using Java or node.js environment can start protecting sensitive data with minimal coding. Furthermore, there is zero performance cost as it applies directly to the application.
Notably, Spiceware PII CDE alerts abnormal behavior using a semantic analysis algorithm model based on supervised learning, which can detect encrypted PII without a decryption process. With its collection∙detection and classification capability, abnormal behavior detection, and machine learning prediction, Spiceware PII CDE minimizes manual work to eliminate security threats and efficiently manages personally identifiable information in the clients’ database.
Spiceware CEO, Keunjin Kim, stated: “We decided to support Node.js environment for Spiceware PII CDE to match the increasing popularity of Node.js. We will provide undivided support to companies utilizing Node.js, in hopes that they can work more conveniently under a protected environment.”
‘Spiceware on Cloud’ as SaaS securely protects sensitive data of SMBs in finance, fintech, telecommunications and healthcare sectors by providing data collection/detection/encryption, as well as anonymization/pseudonymization of personally identifiable information in the customers’ database. It is an automated comprehensive privacy protection lifecycle platform that does not require no code modifications. Find out more on https://www.spiceware.io