By Patty Donovan, The Open Group
On Tuesday, January 22, The Open Group will host a tweet jam examining the topic of Big Data and its impact on the security landscape.
Recently, Big Data has been dominating the headlines, analyzing everything about the topic from how to manage and process it, to the way it will impact your organization’s IT roadmap. As 2012 came to a close, analyst firm, Gartner predicted that data will help drive IT spending to $3.8 trillion in 2014. Knowing the phenomenon is here to stay, enterprises face a new and daunting challenge of how to secure Big Data. Big Data security also raises other questions, such as: Is Big Data security different from data security? How will enterprises handle Big Data security? What is the best approach to Big Data security?
It’s yet to be seen if Big Data will necessarily revolutionize enterprise security, but it certainly will change execution – if it hasn’t already. Please join us for our upcoming Big Data Security tweet jam where leading security experts will discuss the merits of Big Data security.
Please join us on Tuesday, January 22 at 9:00 a.m. PT/12:00 p.m. ET/5:00 p.m. GMT for a tweet jam, moderated by Dana Gardner (@Dana_Gardner), ZDNet – Briefings Direct, that will discuss and debate the issues around big data security. Key areas that will be addressed during the discussion include: data security, privacy, compliance, security ethics and, of course, Big Data. We welcome Open Group members and interested participants from all backgrounds to join the session and interact with our panel of IT security experts, analysts and thought leaders led by Jim Hietala (@jim_hietala) and Dave Lounsbury (@Technodad) of The Open Group. To access the discussion, please follow the #ogChat hashtag during the allotted discussion time.
And for those of you who are unfamiliar with tweet jams, here is some background information:
What Is a Tweet Jam?
A tweet jam is a one hour “discussion” hosted on Twitter. The purpose of the tweet jam is to share knowledge and answer questions on Big Data security. Each tweet jam is led by a moderator and a dedicated group of experts to keep the discussion flowing. The public (or anyone using Twitter interested in the topic) is encouraged to join the discussion.
Whether you’re a newbie or veteran Twitter user, here are a few tips to keep in mind:
- Have your first #ogChat tweet be a self-introduction: name, affiliation, occupation.
- Start all other tweets with the question number you’re responding to and the #ogChat hashtag.
- Sample: “Q1 enterprises will have to make significant adjustments moving forward to secure Big Data environments #ogChat”
- Please refrain from product or service promotions. The goal of a tweet jam is to encourage an exchange of knowledge and stimulate discussion.
- While this is a professional get-together, we don’t have to be stiff! Informality will not be an issue!
- A tweet jam is akin to a public forum, panel discussion or Town Hall meeting – let’s be focused and thoughtful.
If you have any questions prior to the event or would like to join as a participant, please direct them to Rod McLeod (rmcleod at bateman-group dot com). We anticipate a lively chat and hope you will be able to join!
Patricia Donovan is Vice President, Membership & Events, at The Open Group and a member of its executive management team. In this role she is involved in determining the company’s strategic direction and policy as well as the overall management of that business area. Patricia joined The Open Group in 1988 and has played a key role in the organization’s evolution, development and growth since then. She also oversees the company’s marketing, conferences and member meetings. She is based in the U.S.
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