Data Security and Governance in the Cloud Era

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Joshua Stenhouse, Field CTO Cyber Resilience at Rubrik, Stephen Faig, Research Director Unisphere Research and DBTA, and more

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Managing and protecting information is one of the toughest challenges facing data-driven organizations today. Security threats continue to evolve along with more stringent data privacy and security standards. What's more, data at the average organization is more distributed than ever before; it is spread across different geographies, business departments, on-premises and cloud data centers, edge devices, and a myriad of file systems, databases, and applications. Ultimately, to optimize the value of data, it has to be available for employees to act upon when and where it's needed. So, this growth in complexity is not surprising. However, it makes maintaining effective data security and governance practices increasingly difficult. Join us for a special roundtable webinar that dives into new technologies and best practices for the cloud era. Speakers include: -> Stephen Faig, Research Director Unisphere Research and DBTA (Moderator) -> Joshua Stenhouse, Field CTO Cyber Resilience at Rubrik (Panelist) -> James Beecham, Founder and CEO at ALTR (Panelist) -> Eric Schoepfle, Data Enablement Solutions at Satori (Panelist) -> Kevin Pedersen, Solutions Architect at Pythian (Panelist)
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