Protecting sensitive information is especially difficult for corporations that have data stores scattered in physical, virtual and cloud-based repositories across the globe. Not only do these multinational organizations need to protect their data from countless threat actors, they must contend with exploding data growth and constantly changing, oftentimes contradictory privacy regulations in the countries where they do business.
This session will cover key topics for data and security professional in 2016, including:
CISO Perspective on Data Security Risk
The Intersection of Data Security Risk and Data Management
Create a 360-degree view of your data security risks
Deliver on-demand intelligence for prioritization, audit and governance
Never-ending threats, exploding data growth and privacy regulations challenge IT and security responsible for thousands of data stores scattered across the globe. Therefore, a data security framework is mandatory to protect your data across international regions. But in order to construct this framework, you need visibility into all your data and its attendant risk.
This webinar, hosted Bill Burns, CISO at Informatica, and featuring Josh Alpern, vice president, strategic business development, data security at Informatica and David Loshin president of consultancy Knowledge Integrity, will teach you how to gain visibility, control and understanding of your sensitive data and the financial impact of keeping it safe.
Register for this webinar and learn the why and how of devising an effective global data risk and security framework.
This informative session will also highlight how you can:
Understand data proliferation (AKA the "data monster")
Create a 360-degree view of your data risks
Deliver on-demand intelligence for audit and governance programs
Eliminate costly and error-prone manual efforts in securing your data
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Vice President, Strategic Business Development, Data Security, Informatica
Alpern leads Informatica's team of Data Security subject matter experts. In this role, he is responsible for ensuring that customers and partners understand the breadth and depth of Informatica's data security solutions, including Secure@Source, the industry's first Data Security Intelligence product. He has been with Informatica for six years. Prior to joining Informatica he held various leadership roles with Applimation, and independent software company focused on information lifecycle management. Alpern lives in New York City and has a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration degree from Boston University.
Chief Information Security Officer, Informatica
In his role, Burns builds trust for Informatica's products and public cloud services. Previously he was an Executive-In-Residence at ScaleVP, where he provided strategic advice in the security space. Before ScaleVP, Burns was at Netflix, where his team provided security leadership for corporate IT, virtualized the DVD side of the business and helped transition Netflix corporate and production systems to be all-cloud. During his tenure, his teams supported Netflix's expansion from a US company to a 41-country international business, with 2x revenue and subscriber growth. Burns is an active advisor to several security startups, and is member of the RSA Conference Program Committee, ISSA CISO Forum Advisory Committee and ISSA CISO Career Lifecycle Committee.
President, Knowledge Integrity, Inc.
Loshin is a recognized thought leader and expert consultant in the areas of analytics, big data, data governance, data quality, master data management, and business intelligence. Along with consulting on numerous data management projects over the past 15 years, he is also a prolific author regarding business intelligence best practices, as the author of numerous books and papers on data management. Loshin is a frequent invited speaker at conferences, web seminars, and sponsored web sites and channels and shares additional content at www.dataqualitybook.com.