How to Build Business Confidence when Migrating your Most Sensitive Data to the Cloud

  • Date 06 Jun 2019

How to Build Business Confidence when Migrating your Most Sensitive Data to the Cloud

06 Jun 2019, 12:40 - 13:05

Strategy Talks
Language:
English

Today’s security threats combined with the cost-efficiencies of the cloud have forced businesses to look towards hosted platforms when sharing and managing their data. 

Yet, there is still the perception that any associated risks associated cannot be overcome for highly sensitive data. With both the ‘Breach Level Index’ reporting that the volume of data breaches has increased and heightened regulatory burdens (GDPR), organisations seem justified in this belief! 

However, this presentation will look in detail at practical ‘how-to’ steps organisations can take to effectively protect this data, identifying the role people, process and technology play in a ‘risk managed’ approach.

Learning Outcomes:

  1. Fully understand the benefits of managing and sharing sensitive data in the cloud
  2. Dispel the perception that some datasets should never be hosted in the cloud and should be maintained on premise
  3. Highlight the latest information sharing statistics and trends to help delegates evaluate the true ‘data security threat’
  4. Practical steps to help users address the potential risk implications of data migration to the cloud
  5. Understand the role technology, people and process can play in mitigating these risks

 

Contributors

  • Neil Larkins

    Speaker

    Chief Technical Officer

    Egress

    Neil Larkins co-founded Egress Software Technologies in 2007 and currently serves as Chief Technology Officer, playing an instrumental role in...

Business Issues covered

  1. What will this session help you to do?
    • Ensure information security projects demonstrate return on investment‎

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