10015: PSP: Safeguarding the Mainframe: A Journey through the Past, Present, and Future of Data Protection (PKWARE)
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, SHARE New Orleans 2023
Join PKWARE's CTO Jason Dobbs, Director of Product Management, Tait Hamiel,
and a panel of experts from a variety of industries where we discuss the past, present and future of data protection on Mainframes.
The mainframe remains an enduring cornerstone with its unparalleled power,
reliability, and scalability. It continues to house critical business
applications and vast repositories of sensitive data making it a major target
Join us and explore the evolution and challenges faced by organizations in
safeguarding their mainframe data and delve into innovative solutions and
predictions that are shaping the future of data protection.
The Past: The Foundation
We will discuss the early days of mainframe computing, where data protection was
in its infancy, and how these efforts laid the groundwork for modern data
The Present: Enhancing Fortifications
We will analyze the current state of mainframe data protection, simplify the
ever-evolving threat landscape, and the unique challenges it brings to
organizations today. More importantly, we will provide steps you can take today
that will ensure your mainframe is protected...or at the very least, surface
vulnerabilities in where your sensitive data lives and moves to action against
The Future: Embracing Innovation (yes...AI is part of it)
We will unveil emerging technologies and groundbreaking approaches poised to
revolutionize data protection on mainframes and support your data protection
strategy. You will also discover how artificial intelligence and machine
learning are empowering proactive threat detection and response, plus the
convergence of mainframe security in the cloud and on endpoints.
Whether you are a seasoned mainframe professional or just starting out, this
session promises to provide valuable insights and inspiration for securing your
organization's most critical assets with pinpoint accuracy.
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