Recommend this On-Demand Webinar

The Government Accountability Office (GAO) reported that federal data breaches jumped by 19% from 2010 to 2011. Findings by the Ponemon Institute1, which conducts independent research on privacy, data protection, and information security policy indicate :

  • U.S. data breaches averaged $7 million apiece and over $200 per compromised the data record
  • Despite policies and federal mandates, prevention of unauthorized access to information is not a priority for many organizations
  • Cost of non-compliance is 2.65 times higher than cost of compliance

In this webinar Raghu Kodali – Vice President, Product Management & Strategy, Solix, will discuss:

  • Regulation categories with data breach implications
  • Sample data breaches and what they cost
  • The source of data breaches, and possible responses
  • Why is encryption not enough to secure non-production environments?
  • How can you effectively locate, discover and mask sensitive data?
  • How can Solix support achieving your data security goals?

1. 2009 Annual Study: U.S. Cost of a Data Breach, The Ponemon  Institute, January 2010