#IMOS19 - US Keynote: Avoid Cyber Attacks and Save Money By Holding Less Data

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Infosecurity invites Evident ID, its diamond sponsor, to deliver a presentation on the latest issues and challenges affecting them and their customers in the information security sector.

Cyber-criminals can easily monetize stolen data, either by leveraging it themselves for fraudulent activity, or by selling it –– either way, they’re getting paid. Digitally innovative hackers who target non-profit, educational, government, and other industries with minimal cyber defense mechanisms often find it easier to steal financial or medical records than actual money, which further contributes to the value of personal data.

Companies are handling and collecting more and more personal data than ever before and all it takes is just one small lapse or vulnerability, and an attacker can potentially gain access to volumes of sensitive personal data. In this session, we’ll discuss why it’s just as important to safeguard your employees’ and customers’ personal data as it is to protect your bank account.

Key Takeaways

  • Why cyber-criminals prioritize data hacking for financial gain
  • The increasing value of data translates directly to dollars saved/lost
  • Mitigating the liability of handling data can be your best security measure


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Nathan Rowe

Chief Product Officer, Evident ID

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