HiSoftware and The 451 Group to Co-Host Webinar on Making SharePoint Safe for Sensitive Data

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ECM Senior Analyst Kathleen Reidy to Address Information Governance Challenges

When it comes to the collection, storage and collaboration of private or other sensitive data in Microsoft SharePoint®, what organizations don’t know can, in fact, hurt them. Such are the real dangers of unregulated enterprise content. Without clear policies for information governance in SharePoint, unstructured data can lead to serious data breaches and regulatory lapses, something organizations around the globe can’t afford to overlook. HiSoftware Inc., a leading provider of content-aware compliance and security solutions, together with The 451 Group’s Kathleen Reidy will explore these issues and what organizations can do to minimize risks, in “Making SharePoint Safe for Sensitive Data,” a complimentary, one-hour webinar on December 13th at 10:30am EST/3:30pm GMT.

During this session, Reidy, in partnership with HiSoftware’s Eric Darbe, will discuss the critical need for organizations to assess their processes for regulatory compliance and information security within SharePoint. The presenters will also highlight what organizations can do to identify the presence of sensitive data such as personally identifiable information (PII) or protected health information (PHI) within SharePoint, and reveal how new solutions for automated monitoring, classification and encryption can protect enterprise data while supporting greater collaboration and workforce productivity.

WHAT:    Making SharePoint Safe for Sensitive Data
WHEN:    December 13, 2011; 10:30 am ET/3:30 am GMT
WHO:    Kathleen Reidy - Senior Analyst, Enterprise Systems, The 451 Group
Eric Darbe - Director of Product Marketing, HiSoftware
REGISTER:    http://hisoftware.com/company/webinars-seminars/webinar-451group.aspx

About HiSoftware
HiSoftware provides content-aware compliance and security solutions for the monitoring and enforcement of privacy and information risk management guidelines across digital environments. These solutions create an auditable, highly-configurable information governance platform for content management and collaboration processes that ensure confidentiality, accessibility, brand integrity and site quality for public websites, Web portals, intranets and SharePoint sites. HiSoftware’s hundreds of customers include some of the largest US and international government agencies, as well as educational institutions and Global 2000 companies. For more information, visit http://www.hisoftware.com.


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