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First and Last Name

The First and Last Name masking can be used when the database both first and last name in a single column. This makes data more relevant if used for forecasting as it will preserve the actual format of the original data. This type of masking generates random names in the selected Case Options.

  1. Title Case - If you select the Title Case option, the data in the field capitalizes the first letter of first and last name.

    E.g., with reference to below image, the table displays the unmasked data in the emp_name field where each letter is in lower case.


    When masking is applied, on selecting the Case Option as Title Case. The data in the emp_name field is masked with false value in which initials of First and Last name is in Title Case followed by lower case.

  2. Upper Case - If you select the Upper-Case option, it generates a random value where every letter in the word is capitalized.

    E.g., in the below image, the table displays the unmasked data in the emp_name field where each record is in Title Case.


    When masking is applied, on selecting the Case Option as Upper Case. The data in the emp_name field is masked with false value in which every letter of each name is in Upper Case.

  3. Lower Case: If you select the Lower-Case option, it generates a random value where every letter of the word is in lower case.

    E.g., with reference to below image, the table displays the unmasked data in the emp_name field where each record is in Upper case.


    When masking is applied, on selecting the Case Option as Lower Case then the data in the off_add field is masked with false random value in which every letter of each word is in lower Case.

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