Understand the different access control paradigms available in the Snowflake Data Cloud and learn how to implement access control in support of data privacy and compliance with regulations such as GDPR, APPI, CCPA, and SOX. The information in this book will help you and your organization adhere to privacy requirements that are important to consumers and becoming codified in the law. You will learn to protect your valuable data from those who should not see it while making it accessible to the analysts whom you trust to mine the data and create business value for your organization.
Snowflake is increasingly the choice for companies looking to move to a data warehousing solution, and security is an increasing concern due to recent high-profile attacks. This book shows how to use Snowflake's wide range of features that support access control, making it easier to protect data access from the data origination point all the way to the presentation and visualization layer. Reading this book helps you embrace the benefits of securing data and provide valuable support for data analysis while also protecting the rights and privacy of the consumers and customers with whom you do business.
What You Will Learn
- Identify data that is sensitive and should be restricted
- Implement access control in the Snowflake Data Cloud
- Choose the right access control paradigm for your organization
- Comply with CCPA, GDPR, SOX, APPI, and similar privacy regulations
- Take advantage of recognized best practices for role-based access control
- Prevent upstream and downstream services from subverting your access control
- Benefit from access control features unique to the Snowflake Data Cloud
Who This Book Is For
Data engineers, database administrators, and engineering managers who want to improve their access control model; those whose access control model is not meeting privacy and regulatory requirements; those new to Snowflake who want to benefit from access control features that are unique to the platform; technology leaders in organizations that have just gone public and are now required to conform to SOX reporting requirements