Masking the data has the main purpose of protecting confidential data against unauthorized access. In practice, data masking tools create a version similar to the original data in terms of structure but without revealing its true information. In fact, its original format remains unchanged but the data presented is fictitious. Masked data can be used in test and auditing environments without compromising the result of the analysis, but always ensuring the confidentiality of sensitive information. In a time when it is increasingly important to protect sensitive information, the use of data masking has increased significantly. In today’s article, we’ll introduce you to 5 reasons why your business starts using data masking right now!