A column mask allows you to limit the visibility of data in specific columns. With column masks, users will only see a limited version of the data in those columns, unless they have the permission to see the data unmasked.
Each data source has its own set of masking capabilities, so when creating a masking rule, you will need to specify the type of masking algorithm to use.
By default, the mask is applied to all users, groups, or access controls specified in the who-list of the mask. However, exceptions can be made by adding specific entities to the who-list. Additionally, some data sources may have specific permissions that grant users the ability to see all data unmasked.
Note: Column masks imported from data sources cannot be edited within Raito. It is recommended to create new masking rules within Raito to replace existing ones.
Creating a mask is similar to creating a grant, with a few key differences: