Secure Access to Sensitive Data: Insights from John Bordwine, Public Sector CTO, Symantec

We've emerged from a global financial crisis, and now regulatory reform is coming to financial services.

What do these events mean for the financial regulatory agencies - especially in terms of securing access to sensitive data?

John Bordwine, Public Sector CTO at Symantec, tackles this question, discussing:

The critical need to secure access to sensitive data;
The business benefits of enhancing security;
Key takeaways for non-financial organizations.

As the Symantec Public Sector CTO, Bordwine currently serves as a trusted advisor, providing guidance on the development of products and solutions that meet government requirements and certifications specifically focused on the Public Sector markets. His responsibilities also include all technical activities related to Public Sector customers, which includes federal, state, and local government agencies, and education industries. In addition to these responsibilities, he also provides guidance to other Symantec business units around specific requirements to the Public Sector industry.

Previously, Bordwine spent over five years with McAfee as the Public Sector CTO and Senior Director of Security Engineering.

He has spoken at numerous highly-acclaimed security events, including SANS Institute events, FOSE, AFITC, and US Government agency-specific functions. Bordwine holds a Top Secret clearance and served in the US Army Signal Corps where his last assignment was with the White House Communications Agency.

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