Ponemon Compares the Impact of Spirion vs. Traditional DLP vs. ad hoc Approaches in Cybersecurity Defense
Duration: 1 hour
According to Article 35 of the EU GDPR, data controllers must conduct a data protection impact assessment (DPIA) when the planned processing of personal data is “likely to result in a high risk to the rights and freedoms of natural persons. Get a perspective from a data protection veteran on conducting DPIAs. Understand the risk factors that should be considered; when a DPO is needed; whether attorney-client privilege is required; and how data discovery and classification can accelerate DPIAs.
The global CISO of Levi’s, CEO & Founder of Spirion and a privacy attorney dive into a critical step on the roadmap to GDPR compliance – identifying, discovering, and inventorying EU customer data. Are you considering all of the right data types, elements and scenarios for the scope of your program? What methodologies and techniques are available to handle the critical data discovery and inventory step? How should you fit this effort into other enterprise compliance efforts? Once discovery and inventory are underway, where do I go from here?
For many multinationals, two questions remain: “Where do we start the remediation process?” and “How do we beat the May 25, 2018 deadline?” This webinar will address both of these questions, including: building your remediation team including roles and responsibilities, creating and illustrating your critical path, conducting data inventories and getting third party vendors on board with your program, and prioritizing which documents to review or create.
In this webinar, industry veterans offer their perspectives on using Automated Data Discovery & Classification (DD&C) meet DFARS 7012 and NIST 800-171 ahead of the deadline. Topics covered include: Controlled Defense Information (CDI) vs. Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI) and why it matters, DD&C capabilities vs. traditional discovery tools, how DD&C fits into 800-171, and rationalizing multiple information security and privacy requirements with one effort
The challenge in creating a data inventory is that it relies exclusively on interviews with the application or process owner, and often crucial information is missed. In this webinar, we share best practices for an effective data inventory, including: essential elements of a data inventory, locating hard-to-find personal data, transforming the inventory into a data map, and leveraging the inventory to meet a variety of GDPR requirements.
In this webinar, guest Forrester Research Analyst, Enza Iannopollo, and Scott Giordano, the Director for Data Protection and Managed Privacy Solutions at Robert Half Legal, will discuss the implications of the regulation and share their perspectives on effective compliance in advance of the deadline including how Data Classification can help accelerate and adequately meet the regulatory requirement
WEBINAR: Featuring Forrester “Data Classification: Building a Foundation for Data Security and Privacy”
Forrester Senior Research Analyst, Heidi Shey, and Spirion COO, AG Crum, discuss what to look for when evaluating an enterprise-wide Data Classification implementation—whether you’re exploring or have already implemented some form of data classification
WEBINAR: Ponemon Report Compares the Impact of Spirion in Cybersecurity Defense vs. DLP vs. ad hoc Approaches
In this webinar, Dr. Larry Ponemon and AG Crum, Spirion COO, review the key findings from the research report “The Impact of DLP on Cybersecurity Defense” conducted by the Ponemon Institute.
Guest speaker Scott Giordano discusses how data discovery and data classification, when combined with information security frameworks help bring organizations into compliance with a myriad of regulations, including the GDPR.