Fact or fiction: Don't Forget About Your Intellectual Property
By creating a data protection plan, security professionals are able to ensure valuable data remains under control and make more effective use of the assets within a company.
Check out the expert Podcast featured here and learn more about creating an effective enterprise data protection framework for your organization.
Personally-identifiable information (PII) must be protected as mandated by a myriad of regulations. But some organizations overlook the need to protect intellectual property.
In this Podcast, we'll explain some of the common misunderstandings about the legal protections for trade secrets and offer you a set of best practices to get started.
Principal, Security Services Group, Deloitte & Touche LLP
Russell L. Jones has significant experience working with Deloitte and Touche clients in the development and implementation of information security, privacy and data protection programs. With more than 15 years in consulting, he has worked with a number of Fortune 500 corporations including several in the Fortune 100. Jones focuses on the implementation of Web access management (WAM), identity management and related technologies (e.g., LDAP). He also has significant experience with security architecture, network security analysis and design, security infrastructure deployment, and role-based access control design and deployment. Additionally, Jones has significant hands-on experience with Windows NT/2000 Server, Solaris 8, and Red Hat Linux 7.2.
- Reconnex Corporation
- 19 Oct 2007
- Oct 18, 2007, 09:00 EDT (13:00 GMT)