How to Govern Database Security at a Targeted Organization
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  Pablo Riboldi   Pablo J Riboldi
MDM & Governance Engineer
Church of Jesus Christ
 


 

Thursday, May 2, 2013
08:30 AM - 09:20 AM

Level:  Business / Non-Technical


Every organization is under attack and hackers are after the information in your databases. Come and learn what it means to implement “security in depth” and how to secure the ultimate target: your databases. This case study will discuss the strategy, governance, implementation, and ongoing results in the battle against hackers trying to steal information from our organization. I will share this information as candidly as possible but not more.


Pablo Riboldi has worked of the past 7 years as the Solution Manager for Information Governance and Quality for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He has presented many times at DAMA, Data Governance Conferences in the US and Europe. Pablo’s Data Governance program at the Church of Jesus Christ was awarded the 2013 Data Governance Best Practice Award. He has a PhD in Instructional Science and is an adjunct faculty for Argosy University teaching graduate courses on Information Management and Research Methodologies. He has a passion for teaching and sharing with others. Pablo is an animated presenter known for his ability to simplify difficult concepts and show them in practical, understandable ways. In his free time, Pablo enjoys running, biking, and sailing around the mountains and lakes of beautiful Utah while raising his eight children with his wife Heidi.


   
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