Teaching a workshop entitled “Foundations of Big Data from A to Z”

February 16, 2013 Comments Off on Teaching a workshop entitled “Foundations of Big Data from A to Z”

Recently, I blogged about a talk I’m giving in Boston at the Conference on Big Data Security. I’m happy to announce that I’ll also be teaching a comprehensive one-day workshop on Big Data. Here’s what I’ll be covering on Tuesday, July 16:

  • A realistic, vendor-agnostic overview of the current Big Data security landscape
  • Big Data information management categories including: in-memory databases, key/value stores, graph databases, and file/object repositories
  • Examination and explanation of the most widespread technologies such as Amazon Web Services, Big Table, and Hadoop
  • Understanding how all of these disparate solutions co-exist without security chaos
  • Pinpointing the intrinsic non-technical security risks present in a big data environment: regulatory, legal, industry, and Service Level Agreements
  • Creating a “defense-in-depth” approach to protecting Big Data for your shop
  • Real-world scenarios on what works and why

If you’re interested, you can register here.

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