Celebrate Groundhog Day with Micro Focus and Discover a Better approach to Unstructured Data

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It might not be February 2, but to a lot of us in 2020 has felt like the movie “Groundhog Day” lately. Living with the pandemic and quarantine this last year feels a lot like living the same day over and over. Do you remember that movie “Groundhog Day,” the popular movie where Phil (Bill Murray) gets stuck in a time loop, living the same day over and over? After Phil works past the crushing agony of repetition, he eventually uses the time loop to not only better himself but also the lives of those around him.

Celebrate Groundhog Day with Micro Focus and Discover a Better approach to Unstructured Data.pngDo you ever feel like Phil, repeating the same data management processes again and again? Many enterprises feel that way. We frequently hear news about data breaches or exposures. And yet, we keep managing data the same way, expecting improved results.

So, if your data is holed up, how do you break the loop?

On this February 2, you can learn how building data management capabilities can lay the foundation for sustainable success and break your Groundhog Day cycle. Join Greg Clark and Anthony Knight for this Break the Groundhog Day Repetition webinar and learn from the pros how to better your approach to unstructured data, such as:

  • Where to find your data
  • How to classify unstructured data
  • What to do with it
  • How to assess risk
  • How to protect sensitive data and data in use
  • How to create centralized data management policies

This recent Data Privacy Day blog reinforced this concept by discussing how Micro Focus strongly encourages our customers to take a holistic, analytics-driven approach to securing what matters most—identities, applications, and data. The blog further focused on how important it is that organizations have a comprehensive data discovery solution to have a good roadmap of where their data is located. But knowing sensitive customer data is (name, address, credit card, social security number) and where the sensitive data resides is not enough. With cyber attackers lurking seemingly everywhere, enterprises cannot fully control and trust their data environment. Instead they are forced to protect the data itself with data-centric security. For companies that take data privacy seriously, the only alternative is to implement a data-centric privacy and protection program.

Please join us for this Break the Groundhog Day Repetition webinar either live on February 2, or after on-demand. Hear Greg and Anthony discuss how laying the foundation with data management capabilities not only helps you discover a better approach to managing unstructured data but also breaks your Groundhog Day cycle.


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About the Author
With over 15 years’ experience in product marketing and sales with enterprise software companies, Becky brings considerable expertise to Micro Focus’s Security, Risk, and Governance solutions marketing team. In her role, she is responsible for cultivating go-to-market strategy, messaging, thought leadership, and content. Becky enjoys working with clients, partners, and prospects to gain a better understanding of the security, risk, and governance needs, priorities, and issues affecting enterprises.
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