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Enhanced Classification and Policy Enforcement with Windows Server 2008 R2 and Titus Labs
With the sheer volume of data on servers, it has become very difficult for IT administrators to manage the information and mitigate the risks of data leakage. File classification is a critical first step in addressing these challenges. This session covers how to leverage Windows servers to deliver enhanced classification and policy enforcement.
In this session you will learn how to leverage Windows servers, Microsoft has introduced the Windows Server 2008 R2 File Classification Infrastructure (FCI) and Titus Labs solution and deliver enhanced classification and policy enforcement. You will also learn how to:
- Automatically classify files based on user attributes such as role
- Apply classification information to document headers, footers, and watermarks
- Classify files using client-side tools while maintaining full compatibility with FCI
- Apply policy on the client to help prevent data leakage
SpeakersNir Ben-Zvi Principal Program Manager, File Services Division, Microsoft
Nir Ben-Zvi is a program manager in Microsoft Storage Solutions Division. For the last two years, Nir and his team have been developing the Windows Server 2008 R2 File Classification Infrastructure to enable organizations to manage their files based on “Business Value”. Nir has been working in Microsoft for 8 years and participated in all major Windows Server and client releases since Windows Server 2003. Nir has background in Networking, Security and Storage.Stephen Kingston Product Manager, Titus Labs
Stephen Kingston is Product Manager for Titus Labs, a leading classification vendor with more than 150 military, government and enterprise customers worldwide. As Product Manager, he is responsible for coordinating product development efforts and working with customers and internal stakeholders to determine Titus Labs’ product roadmap. Previous experience includes positions in product management and product marketing at Cloakware (an Irdeto company), Bell Canada and Research in Motion. Steve holds a Bachelor of Arts from St Thomas University and a Graduate Diploma in Administration from Concordia University.