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Big Data – Bigger Risks?

by Mike Small
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Barry Scott Chief Technology Officer
Centrify
Barry Scott
Centrify’s Barry Scott has over 25 years of UNIX, Windows and Linux experience working for many major organisations in various Infrastructure Operations and Architecture roles, across different industry verticals. For the past 11 years, Barry has been helping organisations manage their...
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Mike Small Information Security Management Advisor, Fellow 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, Middle East and Africa. Mike did work for CA between 1994 and 2009, where he developed CA’s...
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