More Data, More Problems: How Privacy and Security Have Become Major Drivers of Enterprise Risk
For as long as we can remember security and privacy have largely been separate functions. However, in today’s data-centric world the lines are beginning to blur as both are concerned about unauthorized access to data. To reduce the risk to data you have to understand who is accessing what data, when. Organizations are no longer only responsible for making sure their data is secure from breaches, but they must also understand who within their organization should even be able to have access to specific sensitive data.
Join this webcast to hear security and privacy experts discuss the top challenges organizations are facing to their sensitive data, along with new techniques and technologies available to eliminate risk and improve compliance. Additional topics to be covered include:
- Exploration of the expansion of the threat to data and the associated risk across security and privacy
- How to assess the enterprise risk to data
- Cross-functional approaches across people, processes, and technology to mitigate risk and provide data governance and protection
- Future trends in data risk and solutions
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Doug leads product and marketing at ALTR. With over 20 years of startup experience, he has broad experience managing product conception and development through to market success. His last role was as CEO of TradeLive, a startup marketplace for IT equipment, with previous executive roles leading product management, sales, and marketing. He is an alumnus of The University of Oklahoma and The University of Chicago Booth School of Business.
Doug leads product and marketing at ALTR. With over 20 years of startup experience, he has broad experience managing product …
Alan Grantham works with large organizations to design and implement technology solutions that add business value. He is currently responsible for DevOps teams that lead all cloud architecture, cloud delivery and cloud operations for Sirius Managed Services public, private and hybrid environments. Mr. Grantham is the executive approver for technical security and compliance for all Sirius Managed Services designs. He consults and engages with enterprise-class clients in cloud enablement, cloud migration and cloud security. In prior roles, Mr. Grantham has served as a chief architect and program manager, leading multiple teams to deliver complex business and technical solutions.
Mr. Grantham joined Sirius with the acquisition of Forsythe in 2017, where he held a similar position. Prior to Forsythe, he served as the chief storage architect for Nationwide Insurance, a Fortune 100 company, where he had architectural accountability for data storage. He was also responsible for mainframe, distributed systems and backup.
Alan Grantham works with large organizations to design and implement technology solutions that add business value. He is currently responsible …
Paola Saibene has been in IT for over 20 years, having held multiple CIO/CTO/CSO/Global Privacy Officer positions in large, multi-billion dollar organizations. She has worked in government writ-large, and in the private and non-profit sectors, such as industrial manufacturing, education, health, finance, software development, and transportation. Within the digital transformation journey, Paola has advanced, in parallel, cyber security, privacy, compliance, and overall risk management efforts, receiving multiple awards, including a special government commendation for her cyber security efforts. She teaches the Master’s Program in Information Security at Dallas Baptist University, focusing on an ecosystem/holistic approach that blends cyber, privacy, pre-audit, governance, and compliance, yielding sustainability and a stronger risk management culture. Presently, Paola works for the American Heart Association, as the Vice President of Enterprise Risk Management.
Paola Saibene has been in IT for over 20 years, having held multiple CIO/CTO/CSO/Global Privacy Officer positions in large, multi-billion …
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ALTR is the first software company to unleash the cybersecurity benefits of blockchain for the enterprise. The ALTR platform, based on ALTR’s proprietary ALTRchain technology, restores digital trust to organizations by fundamentally changing the way valuable data is monitored, accessed and stored. It is simple to deploy and easy for both technical and non-technical business stakeholders to use, providing them with an intrinsic view and control over the inner data-environment of an organization including how sensitive data assets are used or seen and by whom. The company, which holds 15 issued patents and has dozens more pending, is based in Austin.
Sirius is a national integrator of technology-based business solutions that span the enterprise, including the data center and lines of business. Built on products and services from the world’s top technology companies, Sirius solutions are installed, configured and supported by our dedicated teams of highly certified experts. With the right people and the right partners, Sirius focuses on solutions that will help you manage your operations, optimize your IT, secure it all, and transform your business.
About American Heart Association
The American Heart Association is a non-profit organization in the United States that funds cardiovascular medical research, educates consumers on healthy living and fosters appropriate cardiac care in an effort to reduce disability and deaths caused by cardiovascular disease and stroke.