MENTIS Inc, the pioneer in data and application security software, stands out as an innovator with top scores in sensitive data discovery and data masking in the 2019 Test Data Management Market Update.

New York, NY – May 08, 2019

MENTIS, the pioneer in data and application security software, has been rated as an innovator with top scores in sensitive data discovery and masking in the 2019 Test Data Management Market Update from Bloor Research. The report is an outcome of an in-depth platform assessment and a competitive comparison completed by the Bloor Research team that focused on market trends and assessed vendor capabilities in sensitive data discovery, data masking, synthetic data generation, test data provisioning, data virtualization and ease of use of in test data management.

In addition, Bloor Research in their MENTIS InBrief report says, “MENTIS is a broadly capable data security platform and test data management solution. It provides excellent, comprehensive data discovery capabilities as well as flexible static data masking that can be utilized in several different ways (notably, in conjunction with dynamic data masking). If you are interested in achieving test data management via subsetting, MENTIS should definitely be on your shortlist.”

Rajesh Parthasarathy, MENTIS’ founder and CEO noted, “MENTIS was started with a vision to protect sensitive data in both non-production and production environments. The proliferation of extensive internal and external access to these environments always create huge data protection risks. MENTIS’ discovery and masking solutions can discover and protect sensitive data, while enabling development and testing teams to access usable data for their purposes.”

Suresh Sundaram, Executive Director at MENTIS, added, “These reports validate MENTIS’ unique positioning and success in the test data management space. We have been a visionary in understanding the complexities in securing test data and are proud of our successful deployments in complex global enterprises.”

To read the reports, please download from the links below:

1. Test Data Management market Update: https://mentisoftware.com/download?id=2019-05/TEST%20DATA%20MANAGEMENT%20MarketUpdate%202019

2. MENTIS In-Brief: https://mentisoftware.com/download?id=2019-05/MENTIS%20InBrief%202019

About Bloor

Bloor Research (https://www.bloorresearch.com/) is a respected 19-year-old research and analyst firm based out of the UK. Bloor’s major research focus areas are Information Management, Security, Infrastructure, DevOps, and GRC. They have a research base of 1 million users and have reviewed over 5000 products and produced 2500 reports. What is different about Bloor as an analyst firm is that they don’t charge vendors for coverage nor do they charge users for content. This makes them independent and a very credible source.

About MENTIS Inc

Founded in 2004, MENTIS was one of the first companies in the then-new data security market. Guided by a visionary founder with a deep grounding in both business and technology, MENTIS immediately began to innovate and has never since stopped. Known for its responsiveness to the moving target that is risk and compliance, MENTIS continues to bring powerful products to the market, the result of the company’s deep analysis of new trends in risk, and collaboration with its customers to assess and weigh their current challenges.

The MENTIS platform comprises a comprehensive solution that protects sensitive data along its lifecycle in the customer’s systems. Products provide capabilities from discovery, masking, and monitoring to data retirement. Engineered with unique, scalable architecture and built-in separation of duties, MENTIS is the solution of choice to deliver comprehensive, consistent, and reliable data and application security across data sources (mainframe, relational databases, unstructured data, big data, on-premise, and cloud).

MENTIS helps protects the data of some of the most iconic industries and institutions in the world. Its customer roster includes internet commerce pioneers and national airlines; higher education institutions ranging from the Ivy League to Land Grant schools; international industrial behemoths and retail giants; and global enterprises in the highly regulated financial services and healthcare industries.