Register to join us on Thursday 11/8 to hear Erik Jarlstrom of Dataguise discuss data security issues with SharePoint, and how a large financial services company secures data in SharePoint. Also, we’ll have a preview of the upcoming SharePoint Conference in Las Vegas, where the San Francisco SharePoint User Group will be participating in the SharePoint Conference 2012 Community Lounge.
Date: Thursday, November 8, 2012
Arrival Time: 5:30 PM to 6:00PM
Presentation: 6:00PM to 7:00PM
Doors Close: 7:30PM
Microsoft San Francisco
835 Market Street (at Powell)
San Francisco, CA 94103
closest BART station is Powell Street
Sponsored by Slalom Consulting and Avepoint
Prizes for those who can STUMP THE PANEL! Prizes sponsored by AvePoint
Register here so we know how much pizza to order: http://sfspugnov.eventzilla.net
SharePoint Conference Preview: The conference will be held November 12-15 in Las Vegas, NV.
Presentation Topic: Safely Managing the SharePoint Data Explosion
Sound corporate governance and compliance practices require that companies know when sensitive data (typically determined by corporate security policy and regulatory requirements from HIPAA, PCI, PII, etc.) is posted in corporate repositories and prevent its unauthorized exposure. The explosion of files and documents being uploaded to SharePoint from users across the organization has created the need to ensure that sensitive data is secured in SharePoint installations. Learn how companies are managing these data security issues, and what you can do today to start finding and securing data in SharePoint.
Speaker Bio: Erik Jarlstrom is Vice President, Technology Solutions for Dataguise (www.dataguise.com), a leading provider of data privacy protection and risk assessment analytics. Erik’s experience includes top management roles in technical, customer advocacy, project management and enterprise software pre-sales positions at companies including Application Security Inc., Princeton Softech, IBM, Delegata, AristaSoft and Oracle Corporation. He earned his B.A. in Finance and Management from Copenhagen Business School.
Suggested Audience: IT Pros, Information Security Managers, Database Administrators, Architects and IT Managers.
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