Following the theme I explored in “Enterprise Content-Aware DLP Architecture and Operational Practices” paper, I am doing a webinar titled “DLP Architecture and Operational Processes”
Date: July 16, 2013
Time: 10AM EDT [delivered by a sleepy Anton :-)] and 1PM EDT [delivered by a well-caffeinated Anton]
Title: DLP Architecture and Operational Processes
Description: Data loss prevention (DLP) is an essential data security technology, but it suffers from deployment and operations challenges. This presentation reveals a guidance framework for a structured approach to planning, architecting and operating a DLP technology at a large enterprise.
Top 3 topics:
- How to prepare for a DLP deployment
- How to execute a phased approach for enterprise DLP architecture
- Key processes and practices needed for a successful DLP implementation
Enjoy the webinar! This is a good chance for a non-GTP clients to see some of our team’s research….
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I have only just come across your webinars. Is there a cost involved in attendance?
I rarely leave remarks, however i did a few searching
and wound up here Upcoming Gartner Webinar: DLP Architecture and
Operational Processes. And I actually do have some questions for you if it’s allright. Is it only me or does it seem like a few of these remarks come across like left by brain dead individuals? 😛 And, if you are writing on additional places, I’d like
to follow anything new you have to post. Would you list of the complete
urls of all your shared sites like your linkedin profile,
Facebook page or twitter feed?
I am relatively easy to find across social media – just google for my name.
At the webinar, you can definitely ask questions