Original broadcast date: September 6, 2016
No matter what business we are in, we are all suffering from data overload. We create too much, store too much and, most vexing of all, we can’t find a way to get rid of what we no longer need. More data means more problems; the hackers and data thieves couldn’t be happier. Security and privacy technologies are emerging to help us cope with these big data problems in the zettabyte era, but if data growth projections are even remotely accurate, we are losing ground in a major way and are on a path to fall irretrievably behind in the coming years. We must curb our data storage habit. This session will share real-life examples and explore how to approach and overcome common data minimization challenges such as reconciling conflicting regulatory requirements, dealing with data packrats, battling zombie data and getting the “SharePoint menace” under control.
Dave Cohen, CIPP/E, CIPP/US, Knowledge Manager, IAPP
Tonya Drummonds, Cybersecurity Strategist, Dell
Jason Straight, CIPP/US, CPO, SVP, Cyber Risk, UnitedLex