Going into force on 25 May 2018, the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is set to change the way global enterprises manage sensitive data well beyond European borders. Expanding the scope of existing laws pertaining to EU citizens’ data and privacy, the regulation established rigorous data protection requirements and imposes severe penalties for non-compliance, at the tune of up to 4% of a company’s annual revenue.

What does this all mean for non-EU organizations doing business globally, and for enterprises deploying container technology? You need to think about security throughout the container lifecycle as well as the layers of the software stack, including the container orchestration layer.  Join this educational webinar to learn how to secure container deployments with GDPR compliance in mind. We will discuss ways to build security into each layer, including:

  • Encrypt data at rest and in transit

  • Granular policies to control data access

  • Fine-grained access control based on users and groups

  • Container isolation within multi-tenant environments

  • Compliance requirements for protected data     

Presenters will examine best practices to control who, what, where, when and how personal data may be accessed to prevent threats from privilege escalation and facilitate GDPR compliance.

Be sure to include your questions during registration so our presenters can address your concerns during the webcast. CPE credit is available.

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Kirsten Newcomer
Security Strategist, Red Hat

Kirsten Newcomer, Security Strategist, Red Hat. Kirsten works closely with Red Hat’s many security professionals across the Red Hat portfolio of enterprise-ready open source offerings. Kirsten is a diversified software management professional with 15+ years of experience in application development and infrastructure solutions. Prior to joining Red Hat, Kirsten provided strategic direction for Black Duck’s open source security and governance solutions. Her career has spanned successful roles at IBM Software Group, Rational Software and BMC Software. In her free time, Kirsten serves as an Alumni Trustee for Marlboro College in Marlboro, VT and enjoys hiking and dancing with her husband.

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Jim DeLorenzo
Solutions Manager, Thales eSecurity

Jim DeLorenzo is the solutions marketing manager for Thales eSecurity, where he helps customers understand how Thales’ products can be applied to address their unique security and compliance challenges. Jim does this through customer presentations, blogs, articles, whitepapers and other content.

Jim has more than 10 years of experience in the technology space, recently holding roles with organizations that provide endpoint security and penetration testing solutions. He holds a masters degree in marketing and an undergraduate degree in finance.

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Joan Antokol
Managing Partner, Privacy and Data Protection Practice, Park Legal LLC
Joan Antokol is internationally recognized for her work in data protection. She is the founder and managing partner of Park Legal LLC, a data protection law firm with offices in Indianapolis and New Jersey. Joan is a member of the International Working Group on Data Protection in Telecommunications, a data protection regulator group chaired by the Berlin Data Protection Commissioner, and is also a Privacy by Design Ambassador appointed by the former Ontario, Canada Privacy Commissioner. Previously, Joan was a partner at and chaired the privacy and security practice group at an international law firm and also served as Vice President and Global Privacy Officer for a Fortune 100 pharmaceutical company for 7 years.
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Robert Scott
Managing Partner, Scott & Scott, LLP

Robert graduated summa cum laude from Austin College in Sherman, Texas with a B.A. in economics. He earned his law degree from Hofstra University School of Law in New York. Robert is a member of the State Bar of Texas, the Dallas Bar Association's Computer Law Section, the Data Privacy & Security Committee of the State Bar of Texas, the Science and Technology Section of the American Bar Association, and serves as a member of the MSP Alliance Advisory Board.