Solving the dilemma of securing private data in the cloud

Presented by

Sunil Choudrie, Global Solutions Marketing Mngr - Symantec & Robert Arandjelovic, Security Strategy Director EMEA - Bluecoat

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The cloud allows open sharing of data, allowing people to access information at home, in the office or on the move. This openness has come at a price, putting security and data privacy at risk. Research shows that on average, organisations are aware of less than 10% of all cloud applications used by their staff, providing a massive blind spot. If you don’t know where your sensitive data is, how do you secure it? In this 45 minute webinar we will outline the Symantec three-part framework for managing the Information Protection lifecycle and show how this applies to securing the cloud. The webinar will address: · The opportunities and risks of moving data to the cloud · Security and privacy implications · The Symantec three-part framework o How to ensure only trusted users and devices can access data o How to classify and discover sensitive data, and gain full visibility into the cloud o How to protect data through the application of encryption technology · Future direction and recommendations So if you are struggling with the dilemma of providing open access to sensitive data, register for this webinar today.

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