Introducing a half-day Big Data security training class

August 4, 2013 Comments Off on Introducing a half-day Big Data security training class

Beginning on September 20, I’ll be teaching a half-day Big Data security Webinar. These classes will take place once a month, and will cover the following topics:

Big Data information categories

  • Relational
  • Columnar/analytics
  • Key/value
  • Document store
  • Graph
  • XML
  • NoSQL

Big Data security requirements

  • Legal and regulatory
  • Internal guidelines
  • Industry standards
  • Privacy
  • User access

Big Data security risks

  • Meta data
  • Outsourcing
  • Distributed processing (e.g. MapReduce, Hadoop, and Cassandra)
  • Overt attacks
  • Covert attacks

Best practices for securing Big Data

  • Setting realistic security goals
  • Reducing surface area for attacks
  • Protecting physical assets
  • Safeguarding the network
  • Encrypting data
  • Data obfuscation via tokenization and masking
  • Retiring data

To allow for maximum student interaction, classes will be limited to 10 people. You can register here

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