Snowflake partners with Securiti; announces support of Unified ID 2.0

Dual announcements about data cloud company, Snowflake this week. The first is from Securiti, which  announced a partnership that will enable it to bring its functionality to operate natively inside Snowflake, and the second announcement is from Snowflake which will allow the company’s customers to activate audiences on any platform that has adopted Unified ID 2.0.

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