Why you can't stop data breaches?

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Harold Byun, VP of Products, Baffle.io

About this talk

According to a report from Risk Based Security, over 7.9 billion data records were exposed in 2019. With breaches continuing ad nauseum and record highs of spending on security, it begs the question why breaches cannot be stopped. This session will review common security control recommendations for data security and identify key gaps or misunderstandings in the threat model that often get overlooked. The session will also cover key tenets of modern data privacy regulations within the context of security controls that are currently available and how they can be operationalized to improve your company's security posture. A review of risk and responsibility models will be provided along with an examination of how data distribution and cloud deployments can further exacerbate the challenge of securing data. The webinar will close with an overview of some adaptive data protection methods that can help reduce the risks of data breaches. Webinar attendees will learn about the following: - Learn more about common data security controls and how they fail to protect against modern day breaches - Review of some key tenets of modern data privacy regulations - Understand how the shared responsibility model applies to sensitive data - Gain an understanding of a new data threat model and why breaches continue to occur - Identify critical gaps in security controls and how to mitigate risks

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Baffle, the application data protection company, prevents data breaches by securing the end-to-end data access model for applications and databases. Using this method, the technology protects against some of the most recent high-profile attacks and vulnerabilities -including Spectre and Meltdown. With its patent-pending technology, Baffle is the only company that can enable encryption of data at-rest, in use, in memory and in the search index without impacting the application using AES encryption. Baffle is also the first company to enable secure data processing on a commercial application and database to guarantee data protection. Baffle has raised $10.5 million of financing; its investors include True Ventures, Envision Ventures, ServiceNow Ventures [NYSE: NOW], Thomvest Ventures, Engineering Capital, and Industry Ventures.