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How to Enable Data-Driven Business with Secure Cloud Migration

Data modernization is critical for businesses to remain competitive in today’s data-driven world, and while the cloud is an important enabler of data modernization, migrating sensitive data to the cloud is challenging. However, it is possible, with the right approach.

Join cloud and security experts from KuppingerCole Analysts and data security firm Protegrity as they discuss how organizations can migrate to the cloud securely to reap the benefits of a data-driven business that accelerates innovation, AI initiatives, and business intelligence.

Speakers' Contributions

Mike Small, Senior Analyst at KuppingerCole Analysts will describe how digitalization and data are the critical business assets of the modern organization.  However, moving data to the cloud creates security and compliance challenges. Organizations need to choose the best platform that supports tools and techniques needed to manage these.

Alasdair Anderson, Vice President at Protegrity will explain how a modern approach to data can break down silos, ensure data security and privacy, and empower your business to leverage data for innovation and monetization. He will also give an overview of how Protegrity’s data security platform supports data modernization.

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Supercharge Your Business with Cloud-Based Data Modernization
Speakers
Alasdair Anderson VP
Protegrity
Alasdair Anderson
Alasdair Anderson has spent over 20 years working with data technology. Alasdair has spent much of his career in Financial Services with the likes of HSBC, Nordea, ABN AMRO, JP...
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Mike Small Senior Analyst
KuppingerCole
Mike Small
Mike Small is the retired director of security management strategy of CA, where he was responsible for the technical strategy for CA's security management software product line within Europe,...
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Protegrity
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