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About the Webinar
Would you share your bank account information on social media? How about shouting your social security number on the New York City subway? We didn’t think so either – that’s why data governance is consistently top of mind.
In this webinar, we’ll discuss the common Cloud data governance best practices – and how to apply them today. Join us to uncover Google Cloud’s investment in data governance and learn practical and doable methods around key management and confidential computing. Hear real customer experiences and leave with insights that you can share with your team. Let’s get solving.
Topics that you will hear addressed in this webinar:
– Understanding the basics of Cloud Incident Response (IR) and anticipated data governance trends
– Best practices for key management and apply data governance to your day-to-day
– The next wave of Confidential Computing and how to get started, including a demo
About the Speaker
Group Product Manager, Cloud Security, Google Cloud
Sam Lugani is the product lead for Confidential Computing at Google. Sam started his professional career working as a software engineer at Cisco before venturing into product centric roles at FireEye, Synack and later at Google. He completed his MS in Computer Science from the University of Southern California, and his MBA from the Haas School of Business, UC Berkeley. He is an avid hiker and dabbles in photography & film making.
Product Manager, Security and Privacy, Google Cloud
Rene Kolga has over 15 years of cybersecurity experience in the areas of endpoint protection, insider threat, encryption and vulnerability management. Rene is a member of the Confidential Computing Product Management team at Google Cloud. Prior to Google, he worked for Symantec, Citrix, Altiris and a number of security startups. Rene earned his Computer Science degree from Tallinn University of Technology. In his free time, he loves traveling the world, skiing, badminton and a good documentary film.