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Fear is Negotiable: Business Survival Skills 101

Fear is Negotiable: Business Survival Skills 101

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August 06th 2013:Using Technology to Achieve Data Privacy/Security Compliance

In our information security series so far, we’ve covered the rules and regulations regarding information privacy and security, discussed key information security practices at the desktop and on mobile devices, and discussed mitigating financial risk through cyber insurance. In this episode, we will end the series by delving into the use of leading edge technology that enables adherence to some of the more difficult aspects of regulatory compliance - access control and monitoring. Join us as our experts talk about best practices in the use of technology to achieve data privacy and security c

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Adam Carlson

Adam Carlson is a Security Solutions Consultant for IntApp, a technology risk management company providing access control enforcement and data monitoring tools to address businesses growing information security and compliance needs. Adam focuses on law firm security, specifically information security training and strategy planning, risk management, technical security review and policy development. Prior to joining IntApp, Adam was co-owner of Carlson & Wolf LLC, a security and compliance consultancy, and he was also the Chief Security Officer for two schools within UC Berkley.
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Kathryn Hume

Kathryn Hume is a marketing content specialist at IntApp where she manages PR and case study programs for 250+ customers, manages events and consortia about information risk management and develops thought provoking White Papers on legal technology. Kathryn is also a Latin and Ancient Greek tutor at Stanford University where she received a PhD in philosophy and comparative literature.
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