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Don’t Let Data Security be the ‘Elephant in the Room’
Duration: 60 Minutes
With the momentum behind Big Data growing and use of the Apache Hadoop architecture increasing in enterprise-grade deployments, a comprehensive data protection strategy is needed to mitigate risk of breach and assure global regulatory compliance.
As Hadoop platforms go deeper and wider into business critical applications, enterprise customers need security tools that fit and scale inside their Big Data environments. Most industries are now subject to governance, risk, and compliance laws and regulations, so as Hadoop matures for these enterprise applications, meeting regulatory requirements with data security is becoming crucial to Hadoop adoption.
The Voltage Security partnership with Hortonworks is part of this movement – the time is right to embrace and move forward with Big Data. Join Jeremy Stieglitz of Voltage Security, and Hortonworks’, Mitch Ferguson, as they explain how you can remove any obstacles to fully using Apache Hadoop in your organization and enable your business with protected data.
Jeremy Stieglitz, VP Business Development, Voltage Security
Jeremy Stieglitz has 20 years of experience defining new platforms, accelerating strategic partnerships, and as VP of Business Development for Voltage Security, drives Voltage’s strategic partnerships with technology partners. Prior to Voltage, Jeremy led product management, marketing, and BD programs at Redwood Systems, Force10 Networks, Cisco, Entrust, and RSA. Jeremy is the author of 18 patents in network security, user authentication, and network automation and control, and earned a Bachelor of Arts in Economics and Political Science at McGill University.
Mitch Ferguson, VP Business Development, Hortonworks
Mitch has helped to establish and execute global business development and channel strategies with enterprise software companies from early-stage through IPO, including SpringSource, Arbor Software and Vitria Technology. Most recently Mitch started Business Development at SpringSource, which contributed to it being acquired by VMware. At VMware, Mitch led strategic partnership efforts for VMware’s vFabric cloud platform with companies like salesforce.com. Mitch holds an MBA from the University of Maryland, and a B.S. from the University of South Carolina.Follow us on social, blogs, and emails:
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