Date(s) - 09/19/2019
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Big data breaches are unfortunately all too common. The increasing size and frequency of headline-worthy breaches is also bringing with it the potential for real impacts to revenue and firm value, not to mention reputational damage, FBI investigations, and congressional hearings. Many questions are asked ranging from how did this happen to what did we lose and what is our liability?
In this session, moderated by Dean Gonsowski (Active Navigation), hear how IG experts Josh Rattan (PwC) and Joe Ponder (InfoCycle) helped large multinational organizations that have been impacted by crises such as breaches, and the role a strong Information Governance program supported by core technologies such as File Analytics can play in mitigating information risk and remediating identified issues.
This session will address:
• The problems organizations face in managing ever-growing stores of unstructured data
• The business needs and decisions that help to create and retain unstructured data
• The need for organizations to manage “stale” or unused data
• The imperative for organizations to minimize the potential for damage arising from data breaches
With data breaches now an “if” rather than “when”, this is a webinar you won’t want to miss.