Dataguise to Present on Securing Big Data at the 2015 Gartner Security & Risk Summit Jun 8, 2015
Event to Feature Dataguise Customer Presentation on Mitigating Threats
as Data Gets Bigger, Messier, Murkier, Faster, and Tougher to Keep Safe
NATIONAL HARBOR, MD— June 8, 2015 — Dataguise, the leading provider of data-centric discovery and data protection for Hadoop and other Big Data environments, today announced that the company will showcase its latest generation security and compliance solution for Big Data at the 2015 Gartner Security & Risk Summit, which takes place from June 8th – 11th. At the conference in National Harbor, MD, Dataguise will be joined by its customers, eBay and Microsoft, in a panel discussion titled With Big Data Comes Big Responsibility.
The Gartner Security & Risk Management Summit features hundreds of senior business and IT leaders who will convene to interact and share their knowledge and objectives. IT security, risk and compliance professionals will network with peers and analysts at several informal networking sessions, including end-user case studies, workshops, Gartner analyst sessions and analyst-user roundtables. The venue allows IT to take a proactive stance and start security and risk conversations that rise to the top of the organization. In-depth programs available to attendees include the Chief Information Security Officer Program, IT Security Program, Security Architecture Track, Risk Management & Compliance Program, Business Continuity Management (BCM) Program, and Business of IT Security Program.
Attention: Security & compliance professionals
What: Gartner Security & Risk Management Summit presentation titled, With Big Data Comes Big Responsibility
Who: Manmeet Singh, CEO of Dataguise, Seshu Adunuthula, Director of Hadoop Platform at eBay, and Scott Sidel, Cybersecurity Architect, Microsoft
When: Presentation starts at 3:45 pm and concludes at 4:30 pm on June 8, 2015
Where: Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center
On the heels of one of the most prominent Federal Government breaches targeting the U.S. government personnel office , speakers at this event will share how organizations can protect their sensitive information, including credit card numbers, social security numbers, physical addresses, and other personally identifiable information. The Dataguise sponsored 45-minute session will include Dataguise CEO, Manmeet Singh, as well as eBay’s director of Hadoop Platform, Seshu Adunuthula and Scott Sidel, Cybersecurity Architect, Microsoft to discuss their role as stewards of personal information about their customers. These organizations are managing sensitive data responsibly and respectfully, which not only helps build customer trust and brand loyalty, but empowers employees to develop new and tailored offerings that delight customers in new and innovative ways.
“As the size and complexity of Big Data continues to grow, it will take collaboration and leadership from vendors and those that deploy their technology to remain in front of the challenges to security and compliance,” said Manmeet Singh, CEO, Dataguise. “We appreciate the opportunity to present at this prestigious forum and wish to thank our customers for sharing their experiences and successes.”
Parties interested in attending this session are invited to confirm by contacting JT Sison, VP of Marketing for Dataguise at email@example.com or 650.862.4037.
Dataguise helps enterprises safely unlock the benefits of big data with the most precise security solution that detects, audits, protects, and monitors sensitive data assets in real time wherever they live and move across all repositories. We make data security painless, delivering the only one-stop, out-of-the-box solution that provides the highest level of protection — no customer programming required. With some of the world’s leading Hadoop experts on our team in the US and India, we’re intensely focused on the future of big data so we can be the first to respond to emerging technologies. We’re proud to secure the data of some of the largest, industry leading companies that are committed to being responsible data stewards. To learn more about how Dataguise is spearheading the secure data revolution, visit: http://dataguise.com.