Data Storage Dilemmas and Solutions

Presented by

Eric Hibbard, CTO Security & Privacy, Hitachi Data Systems; Fredrik Forslund, Director Data Cntr & Cloud Erasure Sol, Blancco

About this talk

We live in an “always on, always connected” world, where data breaches are an unfortunate daily reality. For businesses that turn to offsite data centers and cloud storage providers to house all or part of their digital data, data sanitization isn’t something that can be ignored, postponed or executed haphazardly. But finding the right sanitization method is equally important. If you want to minimize the financial, legal and reputational risks of a catastrophic data breach, and beef up your knowledge of ISO 27040 and NIST regulations, then this webinar is for you. We’ll cover these topics: -Understanding the need for and benefits of extending data security practices beyond end-of-life to include live environments -The pros and cons of varying data sanitization methods – including data erasure, cryptographic erasure and physical data destruction -A deeper examination of security requirements imposed by ISO 27040 and other standards and NIST regulations – and best practices for ongoing compliance -Flaws, inefficiencies and wastefulness associated with physical data destruction that can easily be avoided -Lessons learned from real-life examples of data breaches and success stories from data centers and cloud providers In this webinar, Eric Hibbard, CTO of Security & Privacy for Hitachi Data Systems and Fredrik Forslund, Director of Data Center & Cloud Erasure Solutions at Blancco, a division of Blancco Technology Group, will share actionable tips, best practices and real-case scenarios that you can proactively implement within your organization. You will learn how to increase productivity, transparency, security and regulatory compliance – for your business and your customers.

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