Rethinking Data Security in a Zero-Perimeter World
IT’s desire to become more nimble and agile has resulted in the rapid adoption of cloud-delivered applications. This is not limited to heavy hitters like SalesForce for CRM or Office 365 for productivity; there are also applications servicing tasks and functions that organizations may choose to outsource. The result is critical data spread across a vast array of resources, both on- and off-premises.
Many organizations may use built-in cloud security functionality on top of their legacy deployments. However, this leads to silos of capability, mismatched policies and noise in the form of alerts needing to be addressed.
Watch this webcast to hear Forcepoint and 451 Research discuss taking a human-centric, risk adaptive approach and how it can transform data security programs.
THE EXPERT PANEL
Bharath Vasudeven, Senior Director, Product Marketing, Forcepoint
Bharath Vasudevan is the Senior Director of Product Marketing at Forcepoint. His organization covers Forcepoint’s User and Data Security portfolio of solutions including Data Loss Prevention (DLP), User and Entity Behavior Analytics (UEBA) and Insider Threat. Prior to Forcepoint, Bharath held leadership roles at Hewlett Packard Enterprise and Dell Technologies across engineering, product management, business development and technology partnerships. In his 20 years in the IT industry, Bharath has been very active in intellectual property programs and has received 13 patents from the USPTO covering both hardware and software designs. He holds a Bachelor Degree and Master of Science in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University.
Eric Ogren, Senior Analyst, Security, 451 Research
Eric has extensive experience in software development, technology marketing and as a security industry analyst. Prior to joining 451 Research, Eric held marketing leadership positions with security vendors such as RSA Security and OKENA, and technology vendors such as Digital Equipment. His experience in these roles contributed to pragmatic perspectives for security clients on emerging market trends, company and product strategies, differentiated vendor messaging and positioning, and meeting enterprise solution purchase criteria. Eric holds a Bachelor Degree in Mathematics from the University of Massachusetts and a Master of Science in Computer Science from Boston University.