Data Privacy Challenges and Solutions: New Research Findings from Ponemon
Informatica Webinar Replay
Over 90% of enterprises have suffered at least one data security breach in the
last year. With the number of data breaches growing and compliance requirements
becoming stricter, organisations need to be more proactive in addressing data privacy
Join Informatica and featured guest Dr. Larry Ponemon from the Ponemon
Institute, to learn about new findings from a recent research study on data privacy
and how to map new masking technology to your security strategy and key privacy
problem areas. This webinar will focus on:
Which types of data are the most difficult to protect – and how to protect
Identifying how to protect different types of IT and business users
Customising solutions for multiple applications
Privacy compliance and adhering to strict governmental regulations (e.g.
PII, PHI, PCI)
Ph.D., Chairman and Founder, CIPP Dr. Larry Ponemon
is the Chairman and Founder of the Ponemon Institute, a research
“think tank” dedicated to advancing privacy and data protection
practices. Considered a pioneer in privacy auditing, he serves as
Chairman of the Government Policy Advisory Committee and Co-Chair
of the Internet Task Force for the Council of American Survey and
Research Organizations (CASRO).
Prior to founding Ponemon Institute, Dr. Ponemon was a senior
partner of PricewaterhouseCoopers, where he founded the firm’s global
compliance risk management group.
Dr. Ponemon earned his Ph.D. at Union College in Schenectady,
New York and has a Master’s degree from Harvard University.
Director of Product Marketing for Data Privacy solutions
– Informatica Ms. Hsu is the Director of Product Marketing
for Data Privacy solutions at Informatica and has been instrumental
in bringing new Data Integration solutions to market, including
those for Data Quality, Data Privacy, MDM, and Data Transformation
and Exchange. Prior to Informatica, she drove the development and
go-to-market strategy for new software applications in CRM, product
configuration and pricing, and data integration at high tech start-ups
and public companies including Intel, IBM (CrossWorlds), and Oracle
Karen holds a bachelor of science degree in Management Science
and Engineering from Stanford University.