Yahoo Breach #2 - Should You Be Worried? Yes, You Should

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Pravin Kothari, CEO, CipherCloud | Willy Leichter, VP of Cloud Security, CIpherCloud | Sean Martin, ITSPmagazine

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Yahoo just broke its own recent record for the largest customer data breach in history and the implications are troubling on many levels. Hackers have apparently amassed names, email addresses, phone numbers, birth dates, and more for over 1 billion accounts. Even worse is that breach may have included unencrypted security questions, and passwords encoded with out-of-data and vulnerable techniques. But rather than just being worried, what concrete steps should individuals and businesses take to manage security and protect their most sensitive data? Join security technology experts from CipherCloud for an interactive webinar discussing how to balance cloud usage, mobility and data protection in today’s perilous environment, and steps you can take today to limit your risk. Featured Speakers Pravin Kothari, founder and CEO of CipherCloud A security industry pioneer, Pravin led CipherCloud to become an industry leader in cloud security and data protection. Pravin is a security visionary with more than 20 years of experience bringing innovative products to market. Previously he was the Founder & CTO of Agiliance, a leading Security Risk Management company, and Co-founder & VP Engineering of ArcSight, a leading security company, which was acquired by HP for $1.6 billion. Pravin holds over a dozen patents in security technologies and is the inventor behind CipherCloud’s groundbreaking cloud encryption technology. Willy Leichter, VP of Cloud Security With over 20 years of experience helping Global 1000 companies meet security and compliance challenges, Willy has expertise in cloud platforms, global data privacy laws, network security, data loss prevention, and access control, and has led product and marketing teams in the US and Europe.

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