Hacks, Threats & Ransoms - What's Next? Protect Your Sensitive Data and Meet NIST Compliance

Reduce the risk of security breaches by understanding and protecting what matters most: your critical data.


Establishing metadata-driven intelligence and automation to operationalize data protection management helps you discover, classify, analyze, protect, and monitor sensitive data across your organization. Whether your sensitive data is structured, semi-structured or unstructured data in the cloud, on premises, in big data stores, or in relational and mainframe systems, a clear understanding of your data environment and its risks is an essential component to any cybersecurity strategy.


View this on-demand webinar and learn how to:

  • Protect and monitor sensitive data to fuel data-driven digital transformation and support for security and compliance efforts
  • Centralize visibility across data platforms and types, providing the support needed for today’s complex environments
  • Continuously conduct risk analysis of sensitive data to prioritize resources and investments across functional, geographic, and line of business views
  • Leverage AI-driven detection to uncover high-risk, anomalous data usage
  • Achieve a single view of data subjects’ information to provide identity capabilities (rights and consents requests) required for various compliance regulations
  • Attain configurable, automated remediation of security risks to sensitive data

Speaker and Presenter Information

Mike Anderson, COL, USA (Ret), Chief Strategist for US Public Sector, Informatica

Yomar Rosendo, Director and Domain Expert, Informatica

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Other Federal Agencies, State Government, County Government, City Government, Municipal Government, Federal Government, State & Local Government


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Informatica Government Team at Carahsoft

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