Dataguise to Present on Identifying and Protecting Sensitive Data on an Enterprise Scale at ODSC Conference
Company Aligns with the Data Science Community to Maximize Analytics by Removing the Risks of Sensitive Data Exposure
Dataguise, a technology leader in secure business execution, will demonstrate DgSecure® 6.0 at the 2016 ODSC Conference, which takes place in Boston from May 20-22. At the conference, Dataguise technical expert, Anhad Preet Singh will present in a session titled, “The Big Data Security Challenge: Identifying and Protecting Sensitive Data on an Enterprise Scale” where he will address the scalability of search in big data stores and the importance of finding out exactly which data is sensitive as part of a comprehensive strategy to ensure data security and compliance.
The Open Data Science Conference (ODSC) is a venue that allows users and organizations that leverage data analytics to connect with the data science community and collaborate on open source applications they use everyday. The event brings together the global data science community to help foster the exchange of innovative ideas and encourage the growth of open source software, which is now in widespread use for business and operational analysis. In addition to the company’s presentation at the event, Dataguise will feature its data-centric security and compliance solution, DgSecure® 6.0, for the detection, protection, and monitoring of sensitive data across all data sources, on-premises and in the Cloud.
As enterprises deal with the proliferation of sensitive data assets from an increasingly diverse set of sources, it has become an imperative for CISOs and data stewards to govern the security of all sensitive information at the business level instead of at the individual repositories. Dataguise is uniquely positioned to provide a comprehensive security and governance solution for big data as well as structured and unstructured information on-premises and in the cloud for complete source coverage with powerful processing and enterprise-wide visibility under a unified platform.
“There are incredible insights on the horizon as a result of the efforts put forth by the data science community. However, productivity can be enhanced significantly by appropriately addressing how to manage sensitive data in these environments,” said JT Sison, vice president of marketing and business development. “Under our guidance, data scientists across disciplines have unleashed the full potential of their data, taking analytics to the next level. We look forward to helping ODSC attendees drive greater value from their projects as well.”