DevCon 2014: Security - The Threat Landscape and the FileMaker Platform - Rosemary Tietge

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Rosemary Tietge  (FileMaker, Inc.)


Session Code: COR002

 

With data breaches headlining the news, data protection is top of mind and a priority for business of all sizes. In 2012, the Wall Street Journal cited this alarming statistic, "Firms with 11 to 100 employees are attacked more than ten times as frequently as the next larger tier (100 to 1000 employees)." In addition, businesses need to comply with an alphabet soup of regulations, requirements, and standards. Fortunately, the FileMaker Platform can help organizations protect their valuable data and minimize the risk of data loss and non-compliance. This session will survey recent data breaches, information security best practices, key areas FileMaker customers must comply with, and how you can mitigate those risks by employing the security tools in the FileMaker Platform.

 

What you should know

Basics of managing accounts and privilege sets (in Manage Security)

 

Products & Technologies

  • FileMaker Pro
  • FileMaker Go
  • FileMaker Server
  • Active Directory
  • Open Directory

 

What You Will Learn

  • Current threats and security industry trends
  • Information security best practices
  • Resources for learning about specific regulations and standards
  • How FileMaker fits in those practices

 

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