Don’t allow security & data regulations to slow business transformation

Presented by

Sunil Choudrie, Global Solutions Marketing Mngr - Symantec & Ravi Pather, VP EMEA, Cloud Data Protection Solutions - Bluecoat

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The adoption of SaaS is accelerating faster than expected. However, as this SaaS adoption accelerates, enterprises are discovering various legal and regulatory data compliance responsibilities that maybe challenging to address in a seamless manner or potentially slow down the adoption of SaaS applications and potentially innovation. Discover.. • How enterprises can leverage the full value of SaaS applications such but fully meet complex data compliance needs without impacting the usability of the SaaS application. Learn how sensitive data can be protected yet leverage the full benefits of the SaaS application without breaking SaaS application functionality such as searching, sorting and reporting of sensitive data. • The different methods of data obfuscation such as 'data tokenization' and 'data encryption' and understand the specifics when meeting and demonstrating data compliance in a SaaS environment. • If SaaS vendor application encryption can be relied upon to address your enterprises data compliance requirements when the sensitive data is encrypted just at rest. What are the data compliance implications of key management and who controls the encryption keys?

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