Information Systems Security Association, Inland Empire Chapter

Regulatory compliance in the Digital Age: Managing Endpoint Risk

Presented by Anthony Di Bello, Product Marketing Manager, Compliance and Cybersecurity Solutions Guidance Software, Inc. on Tuesday, February 23th, 2010 from 11:30am- 1:30pm.

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Our world is digital. Health records, financial records, credit card data, intellectual property and just about everything else is stored digitally on a hard drive in a server, laptop or desktop. New threats from cybercriminals and new regulations with stiff penalties for noncompliance are introduced annually. All the while our data grows exponentially. Social Security numbers end up in spreadsheets, buried amongst addresses, and other sensitive data. Health history resides on network servers, and credit card information is everywhere.

In this session Anthony will discuss traditional approaches to managing endpoint risk versus the benefits of a node by node audit for and removal of sensitive information and other undetected threats from unauthorized locations.


Anthony has been responsible for the marketing of Guidance Software product lines with a focus on compliance and endpoint data security for Fortune 500 and government organizations since 2005. Prior to Guidance Software, he spent 7 years with Towers Perrin, a global professional services firm specializing in risk and financial management, tasked with the development of proposals targeting the needs of large organizations. Anthony has authored numerous articles including "Understanding Data Location is Imperative for Data Loss Prevention" for the February 2009 issue of the ISSA Journal.


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