Tuesday, January 15, 2013

Upcoming Webinar: Data Security in the Age of Regulatory Compliance


Webinar Title: Data Security in the Age of Regulatory Compliance
Presenter: Craig S. Mullins
Date: Wednesday, January 23
Time: 2pm Eastern / 11am Pacific
Cost: Free
Register Link: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/990275648
As governmental regulations expand, organizations need to deploy better controls to ensure quality data and properly protected database systems. Sarbanes-Oxley, HIPAA, BASEL II, PCI DSS and more make the news, but what do they mean in terms of your data? And what steps can be taken to ensure compliance?
Anyone who has been paying attention lately knows at least something about the large number of data breaches in the news… and their impact on business. Data breaches and the threat of lost or stolen data will continue to plague organizations until comprehensive plans are enacted to combat them. Many of these breaches have been at the database level, and more will be unless better data protection policies and procedures are enacted on operational databases.
As a result of expanded regulations and the ever-present specter of data breaches, data security has grown in importance. And that places new burdens on DBAs and data management professionals. If you are interested in learning more about this topic -- and steps you can take to ensure compliance -- be sure to register for my upcoming webinar sponsored by SoftBase Systems --> Data Security in the Age of Regulatory Compliance. This presentation will offer an overview of this new landscape focusing particularly on techniques for improving data and database security.
Topics to be discussed include:
  • An Introduction to Industry and Governmental Regulations
  • The Pervasiveness of Data Breaches with Techniques for Avoidance and Remediation
  • Long-term Data Retention
  • Database Activity Monitoring and Auditing
  • Database Security and  Encryption
  • Test Data Management
  • Data Masking
  • Metadata Management

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