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DPWF: Data Security is Everyone's Job, so It's No One's Job

Today’s Virtualized Environments Require a New Approach to Data Protection

If your organization has a hard time pinning down data security, it's not alone. Many companies that build software applications give lip service to the idea that it is everyone's job to keep data secure. Yet this often means that no single team is given real responsibility, much less empowerment, to carry out that mission. The result? Data security falls between the cracks, not quite at home under the CTO, the CIO, the CISO, or within business units. Based on the ALTR team's extensive field experience, this webinar will lay out the only truly effective way forward — putting data security firmly in the hands of those who develop the apps. During this session, you will learn:

  • The technical and operational shortcomings of existing methods for data security
  • Why code-level security is the only approach that makes sense in today's increasingly virtualized environments
  • How to improve your organization's data security by empowering your software development teams

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DPWF: Data Security is Everyone's Job, so It's No One's Job

Today’s Virtualized Environments Require a New Approach to Data Protection

Published on May 27, 2020
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James Beecham

James Beecham is a computer engineer and entrepreneur who co-founded ALTR in 2014 and leads ALTR’s technology and engineering teams. Previously, James worked at an algorithmic options trading platform leading research and development, working on ultra-low-latency approaches to in-line data security. He also worked as an embedded systems engineer at Texas Memory Systems prior to the acquisition by IBM. James holds multiple software patents, and is an alumnus of the University of Texas at Austin with a degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering.