Data is the lifeblood of organisations. As volumes of information continue to spiral, data security is becoming an ever increasing concern and all organisations need to strive to improve their efforts to ensure that all sensitive data is stored and communicated securely.
This webinar will feature new research in a Bloor Research report by Fran Howarth, which looks at the data security concerns facing organisations today and the mitigating actions that are being put in place to reduce risk and drive more effective security policies.
Fran will be joined by Boldon James CEO, Martin Sugden, who will demonstrate how Data Classification solutions should be at the heart of any data centric security approach to minimise the risks associated with data loss, increase user awareness and improve the effectiveness of other security solutions such as DLP.
Attendees will learn how:
• Data Security concerns can be mitigated through taking a data-centric view of security, rather than focusing on the perimeter.
• Implementing effective data governance across the information lifecycle is vital to reduce data loss risk.
• Data classification is now being seen as a foundational tool for data security and information governance.
• Classification Metadata can drive other security and data management tools— such as DLP, encryption, rights management and data governance
• Involving users in security can improve security effectiveness
• Security policies and tools need to be extended to all systems and devices, including mobile devices.
RecordedMar 19 201547 mins
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With the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) now agreed for implementation, now is the right time for organizations to review their data governance and protection requirements.
During this webinar, Martin Sugden discussed and explored practical advice for US organizations about EU GDPR and how it affects organizations located outside of the EU which hold information on EU citizens.
This webinar provides you with practical advice about how to identify the data that will be impacted by EU GDPR and how data classification can help improve your data governance measures and get data protection processes in shape in advance of EU GDPR
During this session, with his extensive experience delivering data classification projects for leading global brands, Bob Mann (CISO) will explore the common challenges with data classification projects and provide practical guidance for senior security, audit and risk professionals on how to simplify data classification to ensure successful implementation without it becoming overwhelming.
Shawn Tuma, Cybersecurity & Data Protection Attorney, Scheef & Stone LLP & Bill Belcher, VP Americas, Boldon Jame
In an initiative to protect New York’s financial services industry, a new State regulation has been introduced to protect consumers and financial institutions from cyber-attacks. Effective March 1, 2017, this risk-driven regulation requires all financial services institutions regulated by the Department of Financial Services (DFS) to establish and maintain a cyber security program that will protect both customers’ private data and the technology that supports this. The impact stretches down through the supply chain, as any organization that conducts business with the NYC financial services sector has to adopt the same level of data protection.
Guest Speaker: Heidi Shey, Forrester Research - Martin Sugden, CEO, Boldon James
Key considerations to make your data classification project a success.
Data classification is no longer a nice to have -- it's a necessity. Join experts from Forrester Research and Boldon James for a webinar to learn more about the state of the data classification market today, pitfalls to avoid at a strategic and tactical level when classifying data, and what to consider when evaluating a classification solution.
Watch this webcast to learn:
• State of data classification today
• What you need to know when classifying data
• What to consider when evaluating a classification solution
With the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) less than 12 months away, now is the right time for organizations to review their data governance and protection requirements. Employing data classification is now the best practice standard in the first step to achieving a holistic data-centric security strategy to ensure you comply with EU GDPR and other regulations. But where do you start and how do you overcome challenges to implement classification successfully?
During this session, with his extensive experience delivering data governance and classification projects for leading global brands, Bob Mann (CISO) will explore the common challenges encountered within data classification projects. He will provide real-world guidance for senior security, audit and risk professionals on how to accelerate your GDPR compliance initiatives.
Why should I attend this webinar?
This webinar will provide you with practical advice identifying how data classification can help improve your data governance measures and get your data protection processes in shape in advance of EU GDPR
This presentation will also explore the different approaches to data classification and uncover the top tips and practical steps to make data classification that much easier to implement in your organisation.
The Boldon James Classifier suite signals the end for inconsistent and ad-hoc application of digital rights protection. Users simply choose a classification for a document and the correct RMS template is automatically applied to the content.
Boldon James Mac Classifier brings the benefits of user-centric data classification to organisations using Mac devices, supporting each user in correctly classifying documents and emails as they are worked on within the Microsoft Office for Mac applications.
Join John Kindervag, Senior Analyst at Forrester Research Inc. and Keith Vallance, Boldon James' Product Director on this webinar as they discuss how taking an inside out approach to data security following a Zero Trust (ZT) approach creates a micro perimeter of control around an organisation’s sensitive data assets and provides visibility into how it uses data to drive operate effectiveness.
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Join Martin Sugden, CEO of Boldon James and Martin Whitworth, ex-CISO and Senior Analyst at Forrester Research Inc. as they discuss the challenges faced by today’s CISO and senior security professionals, and the practical measures they can adopt to protect sensitive data assets and safeguard their reputation.
The latest data classification solutions can help protect data, reinforce good security behaviour and transform security culture. It can even optimise and enhance existing technologies such as DLP.
Using this best practice approach can help you protect your most sensitive data, ensure you stay compliant and help identify risky user behaviour – before it impacts your business.
Register now and find out more in this live, interactive webinar.
BrightTALK was delighted to catch up with Boldon James' CEO Martin Sugden to hear his thoughts on the cyber security industry.
Martin covered topics including the San Bernadino iPhone unlock case and the surrounding influence on encryption. He also addressed how financial institutions can better protect themselves from data breaches and cyber criminals; who the principal threat actors are these days, especially the insider threat and he covered the bright future for data-driven security.
In today’s world, data loss and breaches are part of the risk equation you calculate every day. In order to protect your sensitive information, you first need to identify and classify vast amounts of data your company possesses and routinely generates.
Controlling access to the data held in SAP may be second nature but vast amounts of sensitive data is extracted from SAP systems on a routine basis and protecting that data as it is shared and exchanged is a different level of challenge.
Sunil Choudrie, Christian Brindley, Keith Vallance, Tim Davie-Baguley, Helen Orrick
Like many organisations, Prudential has to ensure it protects sensitive data. Getting it right results in satisfied customers, regulators and shareholders and avoids the reputational damage and legal penalties associated with a data breach. With the forthcoming EU General Data Protection Regulation now agreed for implementation, we think now is the right time for organisations to review their data governance and protection requirements.
During this webinar join panel experts from Prudential, Symantec and Boldon James who will explore today’s challenges in ensuring good data governance. The discussion will include practical advice from Prudential about their approach to data security and lessons learned, including their implementation of Symantec Data Loss Prevention and Boldon James data classification technology. There will also be an opportunity to engage in an interactive Question and Answer session.
So if you want to give your data governance programme a head start, register today.
Historically, classifying existing data has been both time consuming and costly, but with Power Classifier for Files you can classify all of your existing data held in Windows File Store in line with your data classification and security policies quickly, consistently and easily.