CISO Digital Boardroom: The Must-Haves Of Data Protection

July 23, 2020

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Today's digital and knowledge economy is fueling exponential data growth by using more data to drive value for the business. Surprisingly, many organizations don't know where all their sensitive data is, or whether their data is at risk.

You can't rely exclusively on encryption and access controls. These can be defeated by a single compromised account or malicious insider. To ensure compliance, and mitigate the risk of a data breach, organizations need continuous visibility into who's accessing what data and whether that data access activity is good or bad.

In this boardroom we will discuss with you and your expert peers:

  • What does it mean to take a data-centric approach to security
  • How your defenses should be affected if you are moving your assets to the cloud
  • What are the key challenges in data security today

Become a VIP attendee for the CISO Digital Boardroom: The Must-Haves Of Data Protection Digital Boardroom and move your organization forward on current goals. If you are interested in attending the digital event, fill out the form below and a CDM Media representative will contact you with more information.

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