Keep Your Data Lake from Getting Hadooped
Big Data LDN 2019 | Zero Trust & Big Data: Keep Your Data Lake from Getting Hadooped | Dave Lewis
What you'll learn
With a valuable commodity such as what is now presented in the form of data, there needs to be a concerted effort to ensure the safety and security of this information. Various security controls that were once seen as sufficient in the past need to now be supplanted in favor of better controls such as multi-factor authentication, biometrics, and WebAuthn. These controls help to address users from the perspective of fine grained access control, data access and audit. Data security risks are higher now than they have ever been before and it is incumbent upon stewards of data to ensure that there is a zero trust approach to avoid the pitfalls of an error, manipulation of breach.