Raito supports the visualization of column masking rules and row-level filter policies as well as the management of masking policies. Masks and filters have a very similar structure as grants.
Just like a grant access control, a mask access control has a who and a what-list, but next to those, it also has a masking method. A mask access control belongs to a single data source and the masking methods are dependent on that data source.
The what-list of a mask access control can only consist of columns. The masking method is applied on all columns of the mask access control for everyone but the users in the who-list of the mask. This means that everyone sees masked data, except for those in the who-list. The who-list therefor rather acts as an unmask.
Mask access controls can be created by data owners by adding their own columns to the mask. The who of a mask is managed by the mask owner.
Filter access controls behave quite similar to mask access controls, with the distinction that the what-list consists of tables and a separate filter condition. Remark that as Raito does not know the content of your data, it can not fully check the impact of a filter access control.