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Enterprise Data Protection and the Principles of Least Access


Presentation

Enterprises need to implement a deep and wide approach to data-centric and identity-centric security. That’s obvious. But how do you achieve this monumental task without overburdening your team or budget? Tracking privileged identities on the mainframe, for instance, is challenging and requires manual management, which is prone to error. It takes just one improperly authorized privileged identity to cause a catastrophic and expensive breach. In this session, we will highlight the latest trends in enterprise data protection, with a focus on alerting and inspecting security events, and automating and streamlining management of privileged user access. After all, data security regulation is changing, and your business must too if you want to secure your place in the digital economy.

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Stream: Enterprise Security
Room: Melbourne
Time: 16:40 - 17:40

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Speakers


  • Stuart McIrvine at Broadcom
  • Stuart McIrvine is Vice President of Strategy and Product Management for the Mainframe Security products at CA Technologies. In this role Stuart leads the development of the strategy for the mainframe security portfolio and manages the product direction to ensure the CA mainframe security products meet the needs of CA customers. Previously, Stuart spent 5 years at Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) leading product management in both the Security and IT Operations Management business units. Before HPE, Stuart spent 21 years at IBM. His most recent role was leading the development of IBM's overall portfolio strategy for cloud computing. In this role, Stuart was responsible for driving offering plans, M&A activities, and key partnerships as well as aligning the various IBM business units around a common strategy. Prior to this, Stuart was the Director of Market Management for Tivoli Software's Emerging Markets and prior to that he was the Director for the IBM Corporate Security Strategy. During his career, Stuart has held many marketing positions in IBM's Software Group in areas including Networking & Security and Business Integration and Portals. Stuart started with IBM as an engineer and spent 6 years in both hardware engineering and software engineering. Stuart McIrvine has an undergraduate degree in Electronic Systems and Microcomputer Engineering from the University of Glasgow (UK) and an MBA from the University of Southampton (UK).


    Email: stuart.mcirvine@ca.com

  • Stuart McIrvine at Broadcom
  • Stuart McIrvine is Vice President of Strategy and Product Management for the Mainframe Security products at CA Technologies. In this role Stuart leads the development of the strategy for the mainframe security portfolio and manages the product direction to ensure the CA mainframe security products meet the needs of CA customers. Previously, Stuart spent 5 years at Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) leading product management in both the Security and IT Operations Management business units. Before HPE, Stuart spent 21 years at IBM. His most recent role was leading the development of IBM's overall portfolio strategy for cloud computing. In this role, Stuart was responsible for driving offering plans, M&A activities, and key partnerships as well as aligning the various IBM business units around a common strategy. Prior to this, Stuart was the Director of Market Management for Tivoli Software's Emerging Markets and prior to that he was the Director for the IBM Corporate Security Strategy. During his career, Stuart has held many marketing positions in IBM's Software Group in areas including Networking & Security and Business Integration and Portals. Stuart started with IBM as an engineer and spent 6 years in both hardware engineering and software engineering. Stuart McIrvine has an undergraduate degree in Electronic Systems and Microcomputer Engineering from the University of Glasgow (UK) and an MBA from the University of Southampton (UK).


    Email: stuart.mcirvine@ca.com

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