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Taming the Data Demons: Leveraging Information in the Age of Risk
With data being the new world currency, and the cost of maintaining and protecting that data running higher than the cost to capture it in the first place – data risk management is assuming a new importance among IT executives – or at least it should be.
Access this resource to explore the advantages of implementing a holistic approach to data risk management, and provides both the “why” and “how” to begin putting a holistic data risk management program to work in businesses of all sizes.
The presentation also discusses the IBM Security Framework - a combination of modeling and methodology that is optimized to allow organizations to understand core business processes, the threats and vulnerabilities associated with the processes and the ability to act upon those threats.
Register now for this webcast to learn more about why your business should be considering data risk management now.
AuthorsSamantha Harris Senior Demand Program Professional, IBM Global Technology Services
Samantha came to IBM 14 years ago following a journalism career in the UK. Since joining IBM she has held a variety of marketing roles including deliverables producer, direct marketing for PSG, global and Americas Channel Enablement (CE) for e-business Hosting, and CE for GTS. Most recently Samantha has supported business resilience in multiple programs in the program framework. She is currently a program manager for managing risk and an evangelist for social media.Richard Vining Product Marketing Manager, IBM Tivoli Storage
Mr. Richard Vining is the Product Marketing Manager responsible for the IBM Tivoli Storage Manager portfolio of products. Mr. Vining joined IBM in April 2008 as part of the acquisition of FilesX, where he served as Director of Marketing. Mr. Vining has more than 20 years of experience in the data storage industry, holding senior management roles in marketing, alliances, customer support and product management at a number of leading edge companies, including Signiant, OTG Software, Plasmon and Cygnet.