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July 10, 2015
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Comprehensively Secure Your Big Data Environment

If security and compliance were already keeping you up at night, wait until you hear these statistics. Based on Vormetric 2015 Insider Threat Report, 44% of organizations in the United States have suffered a breach or failed a compliance audit in 2015 (48% in ASEAN and 40% in the U.K.).

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By leveraging Big Data, you accept that your data comes from a variety of sources, including CRM systems, files, spreadsheets, video, social media, payment data and health records and more. As a result, and understandably, 41% of organizations are concerned that sensitive data may reside anywhere, 34% lack appropriate security frameworks and controls, 32% worry about users gaining access to privileged data and 28% are concerned about violating privacy regulations in multiple countries.

As the data is being collected from these diverse sources, sensitive information must be protected. Due in part to the amount of security breaches recently showcased in the news, boardroom conversations are specifically focusing on:

  • Comprehensive Data Protection – Granular field level encryption at all layers of a big data environment, including source, data, etc.
  • Proactively Addressing Compliance – Addressing compliance objectives while also removing databases from the PCI DSS audit scope.
  • Minimizing Impact – While addressing the aforementioned, avoid development changes to existing applications or infrastructure.
  • Solution Extensibility – Scalability for high throughput, high demand environments with easy expansion to protect growing amounts of data.

Join us for an exclusive webinar on Thursday July 16 1PM EST, 10AM PST, as Charles Goldberg, Senior Director of Product at Vormetric, and Balaji Ganesan, Senior Director, Enterprise Security Strategy at Hortonworks, discuss how you can:

  • Deliver security at all layers of a big data environment, including source data.
  • Provide role based access to sensitive data.
  • Build a layered approach to security through authentication, authorization, accounting and data protection.
  • Ensure low latency with distributed agents that are optimized for specific file system and encryption acceleration hardware.
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