Redefining Security for Big Data - Cassandra Summit 2013

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  • Todays security environment for Big Data has several characteristics:Grown organicallyLimited consistency in authentication, authorization and auditingEvery time data is migrated, ACLs and context is lostData can easily be combined in ways never expected
  • The solution to the growing challenge has three components:Security context needs to be sent with the data – When ETL or ELT operations move data between environments, the context and permissions should be sent with the data, in a standard format to allow other applications to enforce policies already in placeIdentities need to be consistent for both access and auditing of dataData needs to be managed to ensure that if combined with other silos, access and policies are enforced with the newly combined data which could have alternate policies for access and control
  • Redefining Security for Big Data - Cassandra Summit 2013

    1. 1. RedefiningSecurity forBig DataJoey JablonskiProduct ManagementDell, Inc.linkedin.com/in/joeyjablonski@jrjablojrjablo@gmail.com
    2. 2. The Problem TodayMovement, Analysis, PresentationSecurity Magic
    3. 3. Securitycontext needsto be sent withthe dataIdentitiesneed to beconsistentData + Datahas to bemanagedPublic Data Public Data RestrictedData

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