On October 28 2014 the New York Technology Council presented, as part of its Security Track, David Maman of GreenSQL speaking on Protecting Sensitive Data in the Cloud: New Approaches to Mitigate Database Security Risk. As data moves to the cloud, databases are increasingly vulnerable to breaches, and as a result enterprises need to ensure that they apply rigorous strategies and controls to protect their information assets. This talk is a brief review of how to classify and discover data, manage the risks associated with migrating data to the cloud, and identify effective tools and techniques to detect and respond to data breaches. Video is below.
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New York Technology Council – The Economics of Cloud Computing – Myths and facts about the true cost of cloud computing – at EisnerAmper NYC on November 7 2013.
Several high-profile companies have made statements over the past year, claiming that the cost of operating in the cloud is higher than they could achieve by building their own data centers. The NY Technology Council hosted a panel discussion on the economic issues of cloud computing.
- How much does cloud computing really cost?
- Can you perform an accurate TCO analysis of cloud computing?
- When might a traditional data center make sense over the cloud?
- Are there other benefits to cloud computing that need to be considered
Aaron Klein – Co-Founder, CloudCheckr Inc
Lenny Herold – Head of Infrastructure Solutions, Corsis
Dianne O’Brien – Senior Director of Business Development for Cloud & Enterprise, Microsoft
Andrew Brust, Founder/CEO, Blue Badge Insights
On February 22, 2012 the New York Technology Council will host a panel, “Mobile Technology and Social Change” which will explore how mobile technology is being used as a tool for social change and justice. Speakers include Dani Diaz, Developer Evangelist, Microsoft; J.D. Hollis, Founder, near/far studio; and Hillary Hartley, Director of Integrated Marketing, NIC.
As you may see, non-members will be charged $20 to attend this event, however we have arranged for 15 free seats for ISOC-NY members, first come first served. RSVP via our meetup event to get one. There will be refreshments.
What: Mobile Technology and Social Change
When: Wednesday February 22, 2012. 6pm-8pm
Where: Microsoft, 1290 Ave. of the Americas,New York, NY 10019
Who: 15 ISOC-NY members via meetup.com (free). Others Register ($20)
Webcast: Will be taped for later.
Hashtags: #mobile | @nytechcouncil | #mobilenytech
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