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btLog File Anonymizer

EUR 23,80

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During anonymization, the personal or company-critical data is changed in such a way that this data can no longer be assigned to a specific or identifiable natural person or company, or only with a disproportionate amount of effort.

Complete anonymization is very difficult to achieve and is not always practical. Especially with log files, you want to preserve the logic so that you can seek advice from third parties if necessary (classic software support).

And that's where pseudonymization comes in. Certain identification features are replaced by a pseudonym. The data content is changed in the process, but the previously existing logic is largely retained.

Conclusion: In contrast to anonymization, pseudonymization preserves the relationships between different data sets that were pseudonymized in the same way.

A return to the original data is therefore no longer possible.