Row-level filtering and column masking in Hive
You can use Apache Ranger row-level filters to set access policies for rows in Hive
tables. You can also use Ranger column masking to set policies that mask data in Hive columns,
for example to show only the first or last four characters of column data.
Row-level filtering in Hive with Ranger policies Row-level filtering helps simplify Hive queries. By moving the access restriction logic down into the Hive layer, Hive applies the access restrictions every time data access is attempted. This helps simplify authoring of the Hive query, and provides seamless behind-the-scenes enforcement of row-level segmentation without having to add this logic to the predicate of the query. Dynamic resource-based column masking in Hive with Ranger policies You can use Apache Ranger dynamic resource-based column masking capabilities to protect sensitive data in Hive in near real-time. You can set policies that mask or anonymize sensitive data columns (such as PII, PCI, and PHI) dynamically from Hive query output. For example, you can mask sensitive data within a column to show only the first or last four characters. Dynamic tag-based column masking in Hive with Ranger policies Where Ranger resource-based masking policy for Hive anonymizes data from a Hive column identified by the database, table, and column, Ranger tag-based masking policy anonymizes Hive column data based on tags and tag attribute values associated with Hive column (usually specified as metadata classification in Atlas).