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Protect, Serve and Comply: How to Stay Ahead of Data and Compliance Challenges

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Date Held: December 17, 2013

One of the biggest challenges facing today's largest organizations is the confluence of exploding data volumes and varieties, coupled with all the new regulations that keep shaking out of major laws such as the Affordable Care Act, Dodd-Frank and others. The risks related to issues like privacy, accuracy and security are resulting in a growing mandate for major enterprises to rethink their strategies for managing critical data and information systems.

Register for this Espresso Shot Webcast to learn from 50-year Wall Street Veteran Allan D. Grody, President of Financial InterGroup. Grody will explain why identity resolution in today's world must take priority for decision-makers, from the senior-most regulators in the world, to business professionals across industries. He'll speak specifically to the global risks that face major financial institutions, and also touch on serious healthcare challenges.

Grody will be briefed by Intel Enterprise Architect Travis Broughton, who will show how a service gateway approach can offer identity mapping and enhanced data privacy with little to no impact on existing applications. These cloud gateways connect to on-premise enterprise architectures and address integration challenges for cloud, big data, and mobile applications. He’ll also discuss how data de-identification can remove key systems from audit scope, saving time, money and personnel resources.



Travis Broughton
Enterprise Architect
Intel Data Center Software Division

Allan Grody
President
Financial InterGroup


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