Wednesday 30th September - 14:00 BST | 60 mins
As if cyberthreats weren’t enough, consumer privacy laws have put increased pressure on IT leaders to keep personal or sensitive data from being breached. This includes mandates to immediately and thoroughly respond to data deletion requests, data retention expirations, and other cases of no-longer-needed data across your entire data network.
Drawing on industry research, best practices and case studies, we’ll explore why enterprises must address end-of-life data more efficiently and precisely than ever before. We’ll also look at how to target regulated data within traditional endpoints (including remote workplaces), live environments (onsite or in the cloud) and decommissioned IT assets (drives and devices). You’ll also learn how application integrations and cross-vendor cooperation can help you comply with regulations and secure your data.
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