Big Data, Big Risk, Big Opportunity

Nathan Gilks, Solution Lead, HP Enterprise Security Services & Dietrich Benjes, Director, Varonis
How can you maximise value and minimise risk in the biggest reservoirs of data you have - the unstructured and semi structured data stores? Organizations are beginning to realize that they need to harness the power of metadata in order to better manage, protect, and get the most out their valuable and voluminous user generated content. Metadata framework technology provides a platform to answer fundamental questions such as: who has and is accessing, who should and shouldn’t have access, what's in use and what isn't, what's sensitive, who owns it, who’s abusing it? Learn how Big Data Analytics and automation can transform the way in which your organization collaborates and governs its data.
Jun 12 2012
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Big Data, Big Risk, Big Opportunity
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