Musings from DataWorks Summit – GDPR dominates the airwaves

We had a great time last week in Munich, at the DataWorks/Hadoop Summit in Munich. I had a talk on GDPR, impact on big data and mitigation strategies. Here is the video and presentation from our talk   Bosco, our CTO, had a talk on user management within Hadoop, specifically leveraging Apache Ranger. I had a chance to catch up with old friends from Hortonworks as well as a lot …

Privacera at RSA Conference SF 2017

  RSA Conference – SF 2017 is fast approaching. Scheduled on February 13-17, 2017, the conference is expected to attract more than 40,000 attendees, 500+ sesssions ranging from IoT, Cloud security to encryption, privacy. You can find the agenda here Privacera team is excited to be part of the RSA Conference, Early Stage Expo. The Early Stage expo will showcase new and upcoming technologies which could potentially disrupt the security market. …

Amit Jasuja joins advisory board

We are incredibly excited to announce that security leader, Amit Jasuja,  has decided to join the Privacera’s advisory board. The advisory board consists of leaders from the industry, helping Privacera team fine tune go-to market strategy, product positioning and aligning product roadmap. We have worked with Amit in the past and he brings immense talent and experience to the table. Amit is currently leading operations at a stealth mode startup. Previously, …

FCC Privacy rules – Better privacy or more burden for providers?

  The federal communications commissions issued last week new rules for broadband internet service providers (ISPs) to provide more controls for consumers on their information and protect their privacy. You can go through the full release here, but here is the summary of the release Clear notice – ISPs should notify consumers of what types of information they are collecting, specify the purposes and identify who the data is shared …

IAPP – Privacy, Security and Risk Conference. A Wrap

IAPP -Privacy, Security and Risk conference ended last week.  It was a great event, brought together cybersecurity and privacy professionals from around the world. We want to review the event through the eyes of twitter. Here is a compilation of sessions that we found interesting during the conference Day 1 The conference was spread over 4 days, the first 2 days dedicated for training and workshops.The main conference itself was for 2 …