The threat of data breaches has soared as organizations continue to digitally transform their operations. Data Loss Prevention, or DLP platforms, can help harden an organization’s security posture by offering real-time analysis of user activity and blocking unauthorized users from gaining access to sensitive data. But DLP programs can miss the mark by focusing myopically on data-in-motion. Real-time analysis of data in motion not only drags on network performance but it also results in high rates of false positives and leaves gaps in coverage, potentially exposing sensitive data.

Transform your data loss prevention with data classification.

To prevent breaches involving sensitive data, you must first determine exactly where that data resides—and more often than not, it is at-rest. Data classification of your data’s sensitivity, risk and other context serves as a starting point for effective data loss prevention strategies and is foundational for a successful DLP program. With sensitive data already identified, your DLP solution can be governed by a simpler set of rules, easing deployments and reducing false hits.

Join our panel of industry experts who will discuss the good, bad and ugly of DLP deployments and how you can drive more value from your DLP investment. Bring your questions and scenarios to this interactive panel to get the answers you need!

Key takeaways:

• Why your DLP strategy must include data-at-rest

• How to create an effective DLP program

• How data classification helps security teams focus monitoring and security efforts on the sensitive data that needs to be protected the most

• Benefits of automated data-at-rest discovery and classification as the foundation to your DLP program

Attendees are eligible to receive 1 CPE credit.

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Myriah Jaworski, Esq., CIPP/US, CIPP/E
Member, Data Privacy & Cybersecurity, Clark Hill Law

Myriah Jaworski is a Member, Data Privacy and Cybersecurity, at Clark Hill Law. She represents clients in data breach actions, technology disputes, and in the defense of consumer class actions and related regulatory investigations stemming from alleged privacy torts and violations of the TCPA, BIPA, IRPA, and other state and federal privacy laws. Myriah also works with clients to devise and implement privacy and security compliance programs and to evaluate and implement new technologies, including enterprise-wide AI and machine learning tools. She is also been recognized as a Super Lawyer® for her Civil Litigation practice in 2018, 2019, 2020, and 2021.

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Robert Server
Field CTO, Spirion
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Isaac Roybal
Chief Marketing Officer, Seclore

Isaac Roybal is Seclore’s Chief Marketing Officer responsible for go-to-market strategy and execution. Isaac has been in the tech industry for more than 25 years, accelerating the growth of F500 companies and startups, including Microsoft, Splunk, NVIDIA, Cisco, Extrahop, and Qumulo, with roles in product, marketing, sales, engineering, and business development.

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Tom Bechtold
Digital Event Director, SecureWorld

Tom has been part of the SecureWorld team for over 14 years. He has launched several of the regional conferences we hold today. Tom is currently responsible for SecureWorld Digital, which provides educational content to the SecureWorld audience. He produces, executes, and moderates the majority of the Remote Sessions webcasts while also working closely with the SecureWorld event directors to build relevant agendas at the regional conferences.