Protecting BigData Inside and Out: Learn from Cloudera engineers in DC 7 May

April 24, 2014
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By Bob Gourley

The next in a series of technical talks provided by Cloudera focuses on protecting Big Data. This breakfast session will be held 7 May 2014 at the Tower Club in Tysons corner. More from their invite is below:

Protecting Big Data Inside and Out

Big data is a key advantage in improving your security intelligence, from Medicare fraud to advanced persistent threats. The rapid modeling, faster time-to-action, and efficient discovery provided by big data lets you examine the wide spectrum of security controls present in your SIEM environment. Yet, big data is itself a member of this environment and requires controls for authentication, authorization, audit, and protection.

Rethink Security Controls

Organizations realizing the information advantage of an enterprise data hub (EDH) need tools that extend their security and governance controls to this mission-critical architecture. How can an EDH built with Cloudera enhance your organization’s ability to analyze information while providing the right compliance, oversight, and access?

Join us for the second of our three-part series on the power of Hadoop for your security missions:

> Comprehensive Authentication — How an EDH has strong industry-proven authentication options for rock solid communication.
> Granular Authorization — How you can complement general data access with fine-grained, role-based access management.
> Audit and Lineage — Why an EDH grants auditors and investigators unprecedented visibility to all data activity.

Learn how you can extend your policies and controls to your data with the end-to-end security, governance, and transparency of an EDH from Cloudera.

To register and to get more info see: