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Johns Hopkins – Using Apache Hadoop to Securely Access Log Events

Date
02 October 2018
Time
12:00 PM PT
Duration
60 min

Many compliance and regulatory bodies – such as HIPAA “Security Rule” for electronic protected health records (ePHI) or controlled unclassified information (CUI) for defense projects require logging and monitoring of all access to sensitive data. The challenge for Hadoop clusters is that they are complex ecosystems that run a variety of services over multiple nodes.

 

In this webinar, we talk with experts from Johns Hopkins as they share techniques and lessons learned in real-world Apache Hadoop implementation.

 

Join us to learn:

  • The strategies used to collect, audit, and access log events from key Apache Hadoop services and forwarding to a central server for monitoring, analysis, and response to a suspected breach
  • The importance of data for precision medicine, sensitive data (HIPAA), and unclassified information (CUI) for defense projects using the architecture of Hortonworks DataFlow, and security and governance with Apache Atlas, Apache Ranger, and Apache Knox
SPEAKERS
Conrad Fernandes
Cloud | Cyber Security Engineer, Johns Hopkins - Applied Physics Laboratory (APL)
Henry Sowell
Federal & Technical Director, Hortonworks
Diana Yanez-Pastor
Marketing Director, Customer Programs, Hortonwork

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