Finding, understanding, and addressing sensitive information ranging from personally identifiable information (PII) to protected health information (PHI) and acting on the challenges and requests it drives has fast become a necessity for cybersecurity, information governance, and eDiscovery professionals in today’s data-driven world. Tomorrow’s webcast from HaystackID will help you understand the importance of discovery intelligence in sensitive data discovery!
Tomorrow, HaystackID will host the webcast Out of the Breach and Into The Fire! The Importance of Discovery Intelligence in Sensitive Data Discovery at noon ET (11am CT, 9am PT). In this expert presentation, a panel of cybersecurity, information governance, and eDiscovery experts will explore technologies and processes that allow holistic data set analysis for sensitive information ranging from PII and PHI to Social Security and license plate numbers. The experts will also share a collection of proprietary workflows and proven tools that can proactively or reactively help determine sensitive data concentrations, locations, and relationships to inform notification lists, exposure assessments, and discovery targeting.
- The Challenge of Sensitive Data
- The Importance of Discovery Intelligence
- Detecting Sensitive Data Presence and Scope
- Identifying Breach or Disclosure Impact and Options
- Analyzing Individuals and Entities of Breach or Disclosure
- Notifying Individuals and Entities of Breach or Disclosure
- A Synergistic Approach to Sensitive Data Discovery
Presenting Experts include:
- Michael Sarlo – Chief Innovation Officer and President of Global Investigation Services, HaystackID
- John Brewer – Chief Data Scientist and Head of Advanced Technology Services, HaystackID
- Anya Korolyov – Vice President of Cyber Discovery Services and Custom Solutions, HaystackID
- Matthew Miller – Senior Vice President of Information Governance and Data Privacy, HaystackID
Leveraging the synergies of artificial intelligence, data science, and machine learning to discover and analyze sensitive information has also become necessary given data complexity, time sensitivity, and the small margins of error allowed for reporting and responding to requests. Register for the webcast here to understand the importance of discovery intelligence in sensitive data discovery! And if you can’t make it live, register anyway to view it on demand afterwards!
So, what do you think? What approaches do you have to sensitive data discovery? Please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.
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