Big Data Security 2013

| June 12, 2013
July 17, 2013 – July 19, 2013 all-day
Hilton Boston Back Bay
40 Dalton Street
Boston, MA 02115

The Conference on Big Data Security 2013 - Brochure CoverBig Data Security 2013

Big Data is big buzz in the information security world. The promise of what huge data stores can offer to the business drives the obsession with collection. But for the security professional, Big Data equals big risk – and potentially big headaches. It is more than scale that confronts security and audit professionals adapting to this data revolution. The security implications for collecting, storing and utilizing data are multi-fold. Big Data security requires all of the necessary fundamentals found in any well-secured IT environment, and then some. The Conference on Big Data Security 2013 will foster an understanding of the technology, provide valuable insights by those on the front lines, and reveal innovative techniques for securing emerging data technologies in old-world architectures. Be sure to check out the optional workshops.

Conference Sessions: July 17 – 18, 2013
Conference Workshops: July 16 and July 19

Sessions Include the Following Topics:

  • Enhanced Security Capabilities for Hadoop
  • Policy & Governance in a Big Data Environment
  • Migrating Big Data to the Cloud
  • Phishing in a Big Pond: Big Data Big Phish
  • Large Scale Cloud (Petabyte) Forensics
  • Protecting Consumer & Corporate Privacy in the Era of Big Data
  • Using Big Data for Good: Security Analytics in the Real World
  • Big Data and Compliance: Beyond PCI and HIPAA
  • Managing User Access in a Big Data Environment
  • Pulp Google Hacking: Next Generation Search Engine Arsenal

The Conference on Big Data Security 2013 – Keynotes

Brian Fitzgerald, Vice President, RSA The Security Division of EMC

Wilco van Ginkel, Enterprise Strategy, Verizon Enterprise Solutions; Co-Chair, Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) Big Data Working Group (BDWG)

Featured General Sessions on Big Data Security 2013

Adrian Lane, CTO, Securosis

Dr Arnab Roy, Researcher, Fujitsu Laboratories; Lead, Cryptography Subgroup, BDWG, Cloud Security Alliance; Member, NIST Cloud Computing Security Working Group


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