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Security and Big Data


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Security and Big Data

  1. 1. Security and Big Data Raising the Risk of Security Breaches Michael Suby, VP Stratecast Mike Jude, Consumer Communication Services Sandy Borthick, Big Data & Analytics April 30, 2015 © 2015 Frost & Sullivan. All rights reserved. This document contains highly confidential information and is the sole property of Frost & Sullivan. No part of it may be circulated, quoted, copied or otherwise reproduced without the written approval of Frost & Sullivan.
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  3. 3. 3 Focus Points Introduction of Panel Members Introduction of the Topic: Does Big Data increase the likelihood of security breaches? Panel Discussion: Michael Suby & Sandy Borthick Questions
  4. 4. 4 Moderator Mike Jude is Program Manager of the Consumer Communication Services, Connected Home and the Big Data Analytics analysis services within Stratecast (a Division of Frost & Sullivan). Dr. Jude brings 30 years of experience in telecommunications, technology application, market research, consulting, and operations management to this position. Prior to joining Stratecast, Jude worked as a Senior Analyst at Current Analysis. He holds a bachelors and masters degree in electrical engineering and engineering management respectively, and a Ph.D. in decision analysis. Dr. Jude co-founded Nova Amber, LLC, a consulting firm specializing in business process virtualization and is an industry recognized author on the subject. In addition to consulting and advising industry-leading companies, Mr. Jude is a respected author of numerous industry-defining studies and has written columns for Business Communications Review, eWeek, Tech Target, NoJitter and Network World Fusion. He is the co-author of, The Case for Virtual Business Processes: Reduce Costs, Improve Efficiencies and Focus on Your Core Business (Cisco Press, 2003) and iEXEC Enterprise Essentials Companion Guide (Cisco Press, 2008). Mike Jude Program Manager Consumer Communication Services, Connected Home, and Big Data Analytics Ph.D. Master of Engineering BSEE
  5. 5. 5 Functional Expertise • 12 years of experience in the industry analyst discipline as a business director, consultant, and analyst • Direct responsibilities include: - Deciphering shifts in the Information and Communication Technology (ICT) industry - Predicting developments and trends that will reshape the industry - Assembling and directing a team of influential and high performance analysts Information Security Expertise Principal analyst on Information Security market strategies, business opportunities, and technologies Concentrated focus on: Convergence of Information Technology and Security (e.g., desktop virtualization, hardware-enabled security) Innovation in security solutions to address new or heightened risks associated with changes in ICT (e.g., Cloud Security Bridge, Distributed Denial of Service mitigation, Secure File Sharing, Web Application Firewalls) Evolution in security solutions to better address long standing risks (e.g., the cloud as a security delivery model, tokenization and other forms of data loss prevention) What I bring to the Team • Over 25 years of experience in the Information and Communication Technology industry • A continuous stream of success in meeting client needs • Escalating roles in team and project management • An ever broadening portfolio of subject expertise and industry connections Career Highlights • Built a foundation of knowledge, managerial, and professional skills at Stratecast | Frost & Sullivan (2000 - present), Qwest Communications (1997 – 2000), and AT&T (1985 – 1997) • Improved team efficiency and business metrics in all positions Education • MA in Economics from University of North Carolina at Greensboro, United States • BA in Economics and Mathematics from Luther College, Decorah, Iowa, United States Michael Suby Michael Suby Vice President of Research Stratecast | Frost & Sullivan North America Highlands Ranch, Colorado
  6. 6. 6 Functional Expertise • 35 years experience as ICT journalist, enterprise consultant, and large systems vendor, with expert skills in: - Technology and market analysis - Writing, editing, interviewing and presenting - Consultative sales, client and project management What I bring to the Team Proven ability to put complex subject matter into useful context Expert writing, egoless editing, professional presentation skills Calm and positive project management Careful listening, tenacious focus, thoughtful response Industry Expertise and Career Highlights Twenty years as an editor with a prominent ICT journal and conference organizer: - analyzing technology and market trends, - planning editorial coverage and conference tracks, - recruiting authors and speakers, writing and editing Ten years consultative selling to large enterprise ICT customers in all market sectors: - competitive bid preparation, response and analysis - project management, troubleshooting, problem account turnaround - training and mentoring staff on project/client management Four years leading the design, development and commercial release of a database management software product Seven years in Bell System line and staff management positions Education • Batchelor of Arts degrees in Philosophy and in French from Franklin College, Franklin, Indiana, U.S.A. Sandy Borthick Sandy Borthick Industry Analyst, Big Data & Analytics Stratecast | Frost & Sullivan North America La Veta, CO Place photo here Shadow Background for effect
  7. 7. 7 Why this Panel Discussion • Significant data breaches continue • Target • Lowes • Even Dairy Queen • Big Data has the potential to put even larger data sets at risk: possibly cascading through many databases • More companies are considering Big Data applications • Should enterprises be concerned about security in a Big Data environment?
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