Using Controls & Policies to Prevent Data Leakage
Data protection has and always will be a top concern for organizations in today's enterprise. As more and more companies continue to grace news headlines with data breach incidents, the need to properly secure company and customer data is at an all time high.
In part two of this data protection video series, Pete Lindstrom, Senior Analyst for Burton Group discusses:
- The steps to take in order to implement a successful data protection strategy
- The benefits of automation and how it can assist in data protection and compliance
- Types of DLP functions and the benefits of each
Senior Analyst, Burton Group
Pete Lindstrom covers security metrics, risk management, Web 2.0/SOA/Web services security, securing new technologies (virtual, grid, nanotech, etc.) for Burton group. He has conducted numerous security audits and security consulting projects at Fortune 500 companies including American Home Products (Wyeth) and GMAC Mortgage, and the United States Marine Corps as a consultant for Coopers & Lybrand (now PriceWaterhouseCoopers). He was the former research director for Spire Security. Prior to that, he was an analyst with Hurwitz Group. Pete is a frequent industry IT speaker and contributing writer on security topics. He serves on the editorial advisory board of Information Security Magazine and is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) and former Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA).
- Symantec Corporation and Iron Mountain Digital and Websense and Lumension Security and Utimaco Safeware
- 07 Nov 2008
- Nov 7, 2008, 09:00 EST (14:00 GMT)