Webinar with Carahsoft
Data Protection in Government: Is Your Sensitive Data Protected?
Wednesday April 10, 2013, 11 AM Pacific.
Government organizations are constantly being challenged to establish better controls and management of their most sensitive data. Sound governance and compliance practices require government agencies to know where their sensitive data is located and how to prevent its unauthorized exposure.
Attend this webinar and learn about:
- The challenges of protecting sensitive data and managing compliance in government agencies
- Use cases of select governmental agencies and how they are protecting their sensitive data
Join Erik Jarlstrom, VP of Solution Services at Dataguise, who will provide an overview of Dataguise solutions and how we can help to improve your data risk management. A Q&A session will follow immediately after Erik's presentation.
We look forward to your participation!
Federal News Radio Broadcasts
Program: Federal Executive Forum on Secure Information & Intelligence Sharing
Download and listen to this informative hour recently broadcast by federal news radio on secure information and intelligence sharing. Jim Flyzik and industry security industry security technology experts including Allan Thompson from Dataguise review progress reports on information & intelligence sharing programs, key initiatives ongoing to improve secure information sharing, identifying what type of information needs to be shared, how fusion centers are key to reaching out to the private sector, and a vision for the future for secure information and intelligence sharing.
New Webcast by ImmixGroup with the Flyzik Group and DataguiseRisk-based Data Protection in Government Systems: Protecting High Value HIPAA, PII, and Other Sensitive Data.
View this webcast and learn the importance of cyber security and protection of sensitive data, the technology enablers to be used to meet critical National Security priorities and the application of best practices from NIST SP 800-122 for Protecting the Confidentiality of PII.