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November 15, 2016 08:00 ET

Dataguise CTO Venkat Subramanian to Present on Sensitive Data Governance at Energy and Cyber Security Summit

Growing Volumes of Data Collected, Moved, and Accessed Putting New Strains on Data-Driven Organizations and Increasing Susceptibility to Cyber-Attack

DENVER, CO--(Marketwired - Nov 15, 2016) - Dataguise, a technology leader in secure business execution, today announced that Dataguise Chief Technology Officer Venkat Subramanian will present at the Energy and Cyber Security Summit being held today in Denver. The presentation, titled Data-Centric Security for Energy/Utilities will focus on sensitive data governance best practices that ensure security and compliance for data-driven organizations.

The Energy and Cyber Security Summit is a day-long event aimed at providing the latest information on protecting data for electric utilities, oil and gas companies, energy industry integrators, Internet of Things developers, and any company with a connection to the electric grid. Also taking part in the 2016 event is the National Cyber Exchange and Secure Set Academy. The Summit will be held at Secure Set, 3801 Franklin St., from 8:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. MST.

As energy and utility companies optimize operations with data-driven IT infrastructures, there will be significant changes in the quantum of data being collected, moved, and accessed. While data is becoming a larger asset, it is also becoming a potential liability and causing concern for these operations. The primary challenge during such data-driven transitions will be data security and privacy. Additionally, there will be an increasing move away from data centers on premises and toward cloud environments. How can one reconcile across these transformations and maintain control over the data assets? The Dataguise presentation at the Energy and Cyber Security Summit will address such questions and detail how one securely leverages data for business.

Dataguise presentation specifics:

WHO: Dataguise CTO, Venkat Subramanian
WHAT: Presentation titled, Data-Centric Security for Energy/Utilities
WHERE: Energy and Cyber-Security Summit
WHEN: 11:30 am MST, November 15, 2016

"Data security is an important topic in the energy and utilities space as more suppliers employ operational and business analytics that involve customer data," said Christine Shapard, Executive Director, Colorado Cleantech Industries Association. "Making sure the handling of this data is performed in a way that is secure and compliant with state and government mandates will be of importance to all in attendance."

"The big-data nature of smart energy poses new challenges in data analytics and security that conventional security solutions cannot address," said Venkat Subramanian, CTO, Dataguise. "Next-generation solutions are a must in these environments and we look forward to sharing our insights and technologies with the participating energy and utility providers."

To learn more, download the data sheet on the company's flagship solution, DgSecure 6.0, at http://www2.dataguise.com/l/74402/2016-09-26/6dkwvt.

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About Dataguise
Dataguise is the leader in secure business execution, giving data-driven enterprises a simple, powerful solution for global sensitive data governance. DgSecure by Dataguise precisely detects, protects, audits, and monitors sensitive data across the enterprise, on premises and in the cloud. Delivering a single, dashboard view of sensitive data security, access, coverage, and trends, DgSecure gives IT and business leaders the insights they need to manage risk and compliance while maximizing the value of information assets. The company is proud to secure the data of many Fortune 500 companies committed to responsible data stewardship. To learn more, visit: www.dataguise.com

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