Free Expo-only Passes for RSA Conference 2018
RSA is happening from April 16 – 20, 2018 in San Francisco, CA
Get a free expo-only guest pass for the RSA Conference when you use the following code: X8EQUADRIGA
and while you’re there, visit us at booth ESE – 30 , Quadriga DLP powered by GTB Technologies; in the Marriott Marquis – Yerba Buena 9
What’s different this year? GTB will be demonstrating Quadriga DLP, a Data Discovery SaaS designed for small businesses. The booth showcases what Cloud Providers, MSSPs and others can do with the GTB SDK.
Our security experts will show you how the GTB DLP that Works Platform provides organizations of all sizes with end-to-end DLP, Discovery & Classification along with protection against the malicious insider or malware-based data exfiltration plus End User education, analytics, and response capabilities from a single security management and operations platform.
VISIT THE EARLY STAGE EXPO BRIEFING CENTER WHERE WE’LL BE PRESENTING
PROTECTING GDPR, PII, PCI, PHI, NIST, NY DFS DATA WITH ACCURATE DATA DISCOVERY & DATA CLASSIFICATION IN TODAY’S PERIMETER-LESS, COLLABORATIVE ENVIRONMENT
Session: With increased connectivity and cloud service use come an increased risk to data and privacy breaches. All of this has stirred an influx of regulations, including the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) which will affect most US-based organizations. The current trend in Global IT regulation is demanding something new from companies. While the New York State Department of Financial Services is the most stringent US state regulation to pass so far, it’s most likely just the beginning for the US. How are you ensuring your organization is equipped to meet these increasing regulations, while preparing for those still to come? Join us for this session to learn how.
When: Wednesday, April 18, 2018; 10:30 am Pacific
Where: Early Stage Expo Briefing Center, Marriott Marquis – Yerba Buena 9
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