How to Tackle Data Protection Risk in time for GDPR Compliance

Presented by

Sunil Choudrie: Information Protection Strategist, Deena Thomchick: Sr. Dir. Product Mgmt, Steven Grossman: VP Bay Dynamics

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Leveraging state of the art technology to help you find personal data, spot risky users, and respond to incidents The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) sets a new standard in data protection that will impact not just EU, but global organizations. With the GDPR start date quickly approaching, organizations face plural priorities; how to stay on top of their existing security program, while building – and implementing - a compliance strategy by May 2018. The keys to success? First, ensuring you understand the data protection risks you face. Second, using state of the art technology to both reduce risk and free up your security team. Join us on March 15th to learn how to leverage state of the art technology to build an efficient data protection risk management strategy. During this session, you will learn: -Why good risk management and data-centric protection go hand in hand -How leading technology helps you discover, monitor and protect personal data, wherever it is -Using data analytics to detect, quantify, and prioritize insider threats and outsider risks -How to free up your security team by removing unnecessary alerts and distractions Please join us, register today

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