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Identify, Classify, and Protect Corporate Crown Jewels with Discovery-in-Depth

With recent data protection regulations and an increase in breaches, companies need to be able to not only find the Crown Jewels in their data, but also secure it. Traditional data discovery tools, however, lack the data source coverage to give organizations a way to identify and contextualize the sensitive Crown Jewels across any data store, any pipeline – in a data center or in the cloud. Join BigID and (ISC)2 on April 21, 2020 at 1:00PM GMT as we discuss how deeper data intelligence can help identify Crown Jewels and reduce liability risk across data sources. We’ll look at how to leverage next-generation classification to better enforce policy, how to reduce risk on your most valuable data, and how to implement advanced ML techniques to get more insight into your data.
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    Nimrod Vax, BigID / Aric Quinones & Chris Aramburu, Protiviti / Erin Hughes, SAP
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    1) Moving their focus from short-term regulation requirements to long-term privacy requirements
    2) Realigning their view on tactically focusing on short-term single considerations and transitioning
    to a long-term comprehensive platform architecture

    In this session, we will explain the challenges with evolving long-term needs, technology evolution, key considerations in developing your privacy and protection roadmap, and how AI & ML technologies such as Data Mapping and Protection by BigID are integral to an organization’s success.

    Key Takeaways:
    -Discuss the challenges with data privacy, security and governance
    -Develop a privacy and protection roadmap that supports future advancements and regulations such as CCPA and GDPR
    -Learn how SAP’s end-to-end approach leverages innovation and next-generation technologies to discover, secure, and govern data across the organization
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    *BigID has partnered with Protiviti and SAP to bring you this webinar. Your registration information will be shared with Protiviti and SAP separately. Please go to Protiviti and SAP’s Privacy Policy for more details
  • Automating Safe Data Analytics for Financial Services Jun 11 2020 3:00 pm UTC 60 mins
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    The advent of the data privacy era compounds the compliance and regulatory challenges that have held back many financial services institutions from executing data-driven strategies for growth and innovation. There is growing competitive pressure to better understand and respond to customer opportunities based on insights from data that enterprises process themselves, as well as from external data sources. However, global privacy compliance regulations, decentralized privacy governance and the risk inherent in sensitive data have resulted in cumbersome data management practices blocking the ability to use certain data in analytics workloads.

    Automating privacy risk minimization strategies can enable financial institutions to realize the benefits of accelerating analytics usage and keeping costs in check through services from cloud providers like Amazon Web Services (AWS).

    Join us for an in-depth look at how BigID and Privitar come together in AWS to:
    – Streamline data discovery to identify all data that needs to be protected
    – Apply a wide range of data privacy protections to that data to minimize risk
    – Provide analytics applications with rich and safe data in the cloud to unlock value

    With these capabilities, global financial organizations are ultimately empowered to accelerate their time to data in a safe and compliant manner.

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    Ilya Epshteyn, Principal Solutions Architect, AWS
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    Sachin Khungar, Senior Technical Architect, BigID
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    Join BigID’s VP of Privacy & Policy, Heather Federman and Director of Product Management, Tomer Elias for a dive deep into practical steps on streamlining and scaling the elements in the data request lifecycle to align with compliance and business objectives through an automated and flexible approach.


    After attending this web conference you will:

    -Understand the organizational impact of data subject’s rights fulfillment requirements and how data rights compliance can be aligned with business outcomes, like customer trust.
    -Gain awareness of potential solutions to roadblocks that can stand in the way of operationalizing DSAR management and streamline processes.
    -See how constructing and integrating an end to end approach to data rights can better enable privacy practitioners to respond to the current and future regulatory landscape.
    -Learn how to align advanced data rights request management with broader enterprise and data governance objectives for privacy protection.
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  • Privacy in Perspective - Lessons Learned and Best Practices Two Years into GDPR Recorded: May 21 2020 64 mins
    Nimrod Vax, CPO at BigID, featuring Scott Margolis, Managing Director of Advisory Risk, EY
    Since the introduction of GDPR two years ago and CCPA six months ago, data privacy has taken the spotlight as organizations try to tackle the practical repercussions for sustainable compliance and how to scale and automate operations to address the requirements across a large number of disparate data sources.

    With the risk of both compliance penalties and consumer dissatisfaction if they’re unable to effectively and timely fulfill access and deletion requests, organizations need a foundation in place to accurately and continuously discover, classify, and map personal and sensitive information.

    Join us for an in-depth look at lessons learned so far from GDPR and CCPA, where we’ll explore:

    – Legislation and enforcement trends two years after GDPR came into effect
    – What are the best practices to prepare for CCPA, and key considerations?
    – How did organizations prioritize compliance use cases and define system scope?
    – How to minimize compliance violations and business risk with end-to-end data workflows
    – Subject access rights in practice
    – Requirements for data access rights and data deletion requests under CCPA
    – What is the path toward full automation for data subject requests?
    – How can organizations incorporate Opt out Management and Governance?
    – How to extend privacy compliance investments to achieve data governance objectives?

    *BigID has partnered with Ernst & Young to bring you this webinar. Your registration information will be shared with Ernst & Young. Please go to Ernst & Youngs’ Privacy Policy for more details
  • Discovery-in-Depth and the Privacy Imperative to Know Your Data Recorded: May 20 2020 62 mins
    Dimitri Sirota, Founder & CEO, BigID. Peggy Tsai, VP of Data Solutions, BigID.
    Learn how a discovery-in-depth approach is instrumental to meeting privacy regulations such as GDPR and CCPA - and why discovery-in-depth is the path to data intelligence. We’ll explore why data discovery is the foundation for successful privacy, security, and governance programs - and how to combine multiple modes of discovery to uncover actionable context around all types of regulated, personal, sensitive, and dark data.

    Join this session to see why data discovery is at the core of data intelligence, insight, and analysis – and needs to be both scalable and automated in order to successfully address the volume (and type) of data that organizations collect.

    This session will explore:

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    -Why discovery is a critical factor in building out a comprehensive and automated catalog
    -Discovery & insight for the data you know - and the data you don’t
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    -How data governance can help manage your sensitive and personal data
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    Proactive risk management is the key to mitigating data breaches (and data leaks), essential for establishing a strong security framework for the enterprise, and necessary for effectively meeting data privacy and protection regulations. But it can be challenging to identify the best practices and most effective tools in the midst of a crowded cybersecurity marketplace.

    Join a live webinar with cyber experts from Marsh, AXA XL, and BigID to dive into:

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    - Best practices for risk management for data at rest and data in motion
    - How to leverage ML driven data intelligence to reduce risk


    *BigID has partnered with Marsh and AXA XL to bring you this webinar. Your registration information will be shared with Marsh and AXA XL separately. Please go to Marsh and AXA XL’s Privacy Policy for more details
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    Justin Antonipillai, Founder and CEO, WireWheel. Dan Frank, Principal, Deloitte & Touche, LLP. Dimitri Sirota, Founder & CEO
    Privacy programs can be more than a necessary cost of doing business. As you develop a privacy program to comply with CCPA and other privacy laws, see how you can demonstrate measurable, long-term business value for your organization.

    Learn how the right technology and expertise unlocks data privacy ROI, as well as how to:

    - Increase your competitive advantage to attract consumers
    - Drive revenue by using data legally and ethically
    - Lower costs by operationalizing and automating privacy management

    Take a look at how best-of-breed privacy technology and services delivered by privacy experts are helping organizations implement proven practices and accelerate time to value.
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    Join executives from Macy's Inc, Salesforce, and the Meredith Corporation in a panel discussion to learn how building a proactive data governance program can address imminent privacy regulations.

    [Originally aired as part of the BigID Digital Summit: Examining the Intersection between Privacy and Governance]
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    [Originally aired as part of BigID's Digital Summit, Examining the Intersection of Privacy and Governance.
  • Navigating Data Privacy and Governance Through a Global Pandemic - Keynote Recorded: May 5 2020 15 mins
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    In the keynote presentation of the BigID Digital Summit, Examining the Intersection of Privacy and Governance, JoAnn Stonier, Chief Data Officer at Mastercard discusses current challenges facing both privacy and data governance today - and what will emerge post Covid19.
  • Mission: Operationalization! Data privacy’s role in scaling data governance Recorded: Apr 23 2020 63 mins
    Paige Bartley, Senior Analyst for Data, AI and Analytics, 451 Research; Peggy Tsai, VP of Data Solutions, BigID
    Increasingly, enterprise practitioners are viewing data governance as an enabler of business value rather than a cost center within their organizations. But in practice, practical challenges still face organizations as they try to simultaneously meet reactive needs – such as compliance – as well as more proactive ones, such as analytics initiatives. What’s standing in the way of operationalization and success? For many, it’s the erroneous view that data privacy is at odds with data insight.

    However, savvy organizations are realizing that data privacy requirements can be a springboard for more systematic and robust data management practices: practices that benefit stakeholders across the entire organization.

    This webinar will look at the alignment of business objectives, and the use of privacy requirements as a lever, not a roadblock.

    In this webinar, Paige Bartley, Senior Analyst for Data, AI and Analytics, at 451 Research and Peggy Tsai, VP of Data Solutions at BigID will discuss how you can:

     Understand the role that data privacy requirements can play in accelerating enterprise-wide
    data governance efforts
     Learn to identify opportunities to align business objectives for “reactive” functions such as
    compliance and “proactive” initiatives such as analytics
     Develop strategies for engaging key enterprise decision-makers and stakeholders, so that data
    privacy can be a systemic, operationalized effort
     Pinpoint downstream benefits to enterprise-wide data privacy and protection efforts, so that
    non-compliance business units can maximize performance
  • Identify, Classify, and Protect Corporate Crown Jewels with Discovery-in-Depth Recorded: Apr 21 2020 59 mins
    Roger Hale, CSO, BigID; Brandon Dunlap, Moderator.
    With recent data protection regulations and an increase in breaches, companies need to be able to not only find the Crown Jewels in their data, but also secure it. Traditional data discovery tools, however, lack the data source coverage to give organizations a way to identify and contextualize the sensitive Crown Jewels across any data store, any pipeline – in a data center or in the cloud. Join BigID and (ISC)2 on April 21, 2020 at 1:00PM GMT as we discuss how deeper data intelligence can help identify Crown Jewels and reduce liability risk across data sources. We’ll look at how to leverage next-generation classification to better enforce policy, how to reduce risk on your most valuable data, and how to implement advanced ML techniques to get more insight into your data.
  • Truth in Times of Trouble Recorded: Apr 14 2020 29 mins
    Heather Federman, VP of Privacy & Policy, BigID
    Learn about the importance of effectively protecting and managing data, why lawyers and technologists need to learn to speak the same language, the current landscape of US privacy legislation and data sharing in the age of COVID-19 in this episode of Danielle Oberdier's #DataFemme podcast featuring BigID's VP of Privacy & Policy Heather Federman.
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    Peggy Tsai
    Enterprise data governance helps organizations make data-driven decisions. Peggy Tsai, VP of Data Solutions at BigID, shares her experience with building data governance programs at financial service companies and discusses best practices for helping organizations leverage their data assets for analytics and privacy compliance. Whether you're building a data model, curious to learn about protecting your privacy against data breaches, or immersed in a data management role, listen to this podcast to learn about BigID's data intelligence platform and learn why knowing all your #darkdata is the first step to governing your data.
  • Tools, Techniques and Strategies for Enterprise Data Recorded: Mar 19 2020 63 mins
    Parul Oberai, Peggy Tsai, Maurice Coyle + others TBD
    Join this panel of industry experts and discover how enterprises are transforming their big data strategies to achieve insights that drive significant business results. You'll learn about:
    - The latest tools organizations are utilizing to govern, prepare and analyze their data
    - Opportunities and challenges to be aware of when building an enterprise data strategy
    - Best practices for managing and analyzing big data for enterprise insights
    - And more!

    Speakers:
    Ramesh Dontha, Managing Partner, Digital Transformation Pro (Moderator)
    Parul Oberai, Associate Director- Advanced Analytics and AI, Fractal Analytics
    Peggy Tsai, VP Data Solutions, BigID
    Dr. Maurice Coyle, Chief Data Scientist, Trūata Ltd.

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  • Why Privacy Protection Goes Beyond Compliance Recorded: Mar 5 2020 64 mins
    Heather Federman, VP of Privacy and Policy at BigID; David Ray, Director, Cybersecurity and Privacy at PwC
    While the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) presents a number of operationalization challenges, especially for consumer data rights fulfillment, the regulation's impact will prove more far reaching. In order to build sustainable privacy programs that can adapt and evolve in response to regulatory changes, organizations should move beyond a focus on reporting workflows and request portals. After all, privacy compliance and ethics imperatives extend beyond policies and processes to critical functional areas like data analytics, data governance and security. A data-driven approach that incorporates business context serves as the foundation for enterprise-wide and cross-functional accounting of how personal data is collected and used.

    At stake is not just regulatory risk. Superficial privacy protection that is not tied to data presents risks for consumer trust in the corporate brand, and long term risk to organizations adopting data-driven strategies.

    In this webinar, attendees will learn how to:

    – Leverage compliance processes to extend privacy protection into data management
    – Integrate data inventories and data governance policies to optimize data usage
    – Maintain automated approaches to managing privacy risk
    – Extend leverage insights to determine outcomes and actions for data management and protection
    – Accelerate data breach notification processes
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    For enterprises operating, collecting and processing data across different geos, maintaining a comprehensive picture of what personal information is being collected and how it is used is critical in today's compliance landscape.

    Join Dimitri Sirota, CEO, BigID for an exclusive video interview at RSA Conference 2020 to learn more about CCPA and other US data privacy regulations, and what business can do to address compliance challenges.
    - A look into the compliance landscape in the US
    - Main similarities and differences (CCPA, GDPR, etc.)
    - How are businesses tackling CCPA, especially when it comes to transparency and managing access rights?
    - Who owns the data?
    - How has privacy influenced the way organizations approach data security?
    - Is there a one size fits all approach that's appropriate in today's data protection environment?
    - How can organizations prepare for the next wave of data privacy and data protection regulations?
    - Is the status quo (for data privacy, protection, and governance) good enough? What needs to change?
    - There's a looming change in the way that companies collect and manage sensitive data - what are reasonable first steps they should take to address this?
  • Data Discovery, Privacy & Compliance in 2020 Recorded: Feb 26 2020 52 mins
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    How prepared is your organization when it comes to GDPR and CCPA compliance? 

    Join this panel of industry leaders for an interactive Q&A roundtable to learn more about:
    - The current compliance landscape around the world
    - The main differences between GDPR and CCPA and what this means for your organization
    - Why you shouldn't skip data discovery during your compliance program
    - How to leverage data inventories for CCPA and GDPR compliance
    - What to expect in 2020 and beyond
    - Strategies for data loss prevention
    - Best tools and practices for achieving and maintaining compliance

    This panel will be broadcast LIVE during RSA Conference in San Francisco.

    Speakers:
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    Gabriel Gumbs, Chief Innovation Officer, Spirion
    Dimitri Sirota, CEO, BigID
    Robert Cruz, Vice President of Information Governance, Smarsh
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    Joaquin Sufuentes, Intel IT, and Nimrod Vax, BigID
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    What you will learn:
    – How to solve the privacy paradox: meeting global privacy regulations like CCPA and GDPR while fueling data-driven innovation
    – Strategies for addressing the challenge of connecting business context with data intelligence
    – How to leverage technology at the intersection of privacy compliance and data governance
    – How to implement privacy compliance across the data lifecycle through integration of crowdsourcing, machine learning and metadata enrichment

    Speakers:
    – Joaquin Sufuentes, Lead Architect, Metadata Management & Personal
    Information Protection, Enterprise Data Management, Intel IT
    – Nimrod Vax, CPO and Co-Founder, BigID
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BigID aims to transform how enterprises protect and manage the privacy of personal data. Organizations are facing record breaches of personal information and proliferating global privacy regulations like the EU GDPR with fines reaching 4% of annual revenue.

Today enterprises lack dedicated purpose built technology to help them track and govern their customer data at scale. By bringing data science to data privacy, BigID aims to give enterprises the software to safeguard and steward the most important asset organizations manage: their customer data.

BigID has offices in the US and Israel and is founded by security industry veterans spanning the identity, data security, big data and governance markets.

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