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How to Discover Data Exfiltration in Minutes, Not Months


Think About Your Audience Before Choosing a Webinar Title

Sponsored by CYRAL

Wednesday, September 1, 2021
11 a.m. ET

Who was poking around in your database? This can be an unnerving question that organizations often avoid because it's difficult to investigate and the answer usually leads to even more questions. Whether discovered through an audit or a data breach post-mortem, the investigation is usually frightening. What's even scarier is not having the tools to find anything at all. 

Join Rob Richardson, Cyral developer advocate, as he dives into why we often disable logs, how we can successfully understand data access patterns and why leveraging app access logs isn't sufficient to prevent data leaks, detect anomalies and gain context into vulnerabilities.

Key Takeaways:

  • See a hands-on demonstration of data leak detection
  • Learn how to gain more context for detecting anomalies
  • Using context to improve audits and troubleshooting
  • More effective use of access management to detect rights abuse and enforce least privilege
Rob Richardson
Developer Advocate - Cyral
Rob Richardson is a developer advocate for Cyral and a software craftsman building web properties in ASP.NET and Node, React and Vue. He’s a Microsoft MVP, published author, a frequent speaker at conferences, user groups and community events and a diligent teacher and student of high-quality software development. You can find this and other talks on https://robrich.org/presentations and follow him on Twitter at @rob_rich. You can also learn more about Cyral at https://www.cyral.com or follow them on Twitter at @cyralinc.

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