September 13, 2017, This webinar has passed. The recording is available On Demand.
TIME: 2 PM Eastern / 11 AM Pacific
PRICE: Free to all attendees
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About the Webinar
There’s no question that organizations across the globe are ramping up their efforts to prepare for the EU’s expansive General Data Protection Regulation. In a recent Veritas survey, over 92% of organizations admitted some degree of preparation, yet only 53% are confident they will be GDPR-ready when the go-live date hits in May 2018. Most organizations are launching their readiness efforts focused on structured data—the data they are most familiar with and have the most control over. The problem is that structured data only makes up one-fifth of all the data in a typical enterprise environment…what are these organizations going to do about the other 80% of unstructured data?
GDPR (and the stiff penalties that come with it) is the forcing mechanism that will finally drive organizations to take a proactive governance posture when it comes to unstructured data. This session will explore the key steps required for accelerating GDPR readiness by locating, searching, minimizing, protecting, and monitoring unstructured data. By attending this session, you will learn best-practices for staying off the regulator’s hit list and establishing the most effective workflows for ensuring ongoing unstructured data compliance.
About the Speaker
Sr. Director of Product Management
Joshua Stageberg is Sr. Director of Product Management at Veritas. For more than a decade, Joshua has worked in the information management space, with a special focus on helping enterprises better manage their unstructured data. He leads product management teams responsible for software-as-a-service (SaaS) products, including Veritas Information Map and on-premises software products, including Veritas Data Insight. Joshua was previously the Vice President of Product at LiveOffice (a SaaS enterprise information archiving startup) which was sold to Symantec in 2012. He holds a B.A. from the University of California, Los Angeles.