NH-ISAC Spring Summit, May 15-17, 2018 - Ponte Vedra Beach, FL

March 7, 2018 Netskope Marketing

Netskope is proud to be a gold sponsor at NH-ISAC Spring Summit in Ponte Vedra Beach, FL! Stop by booth #47 to speak with our cloud security experts and learn how we can help you protect your data and ensure compliance.

Don't miss our speaking session on Wednesday, May 16 at 11:40 AM!

Cloudy with a chance of Medical Records: How UPMC moved PII data to the cloud

The University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC) is a leading healthcare provider with more than 80,000 employees, over 30 hospitals and 600 clinical locations, and a 3.2 million-member health insurance division.  

UPMC is also a “cloud-forward” company using modern technologies like cloud services like Office 365 and Box to improve patient care, enable doctors, medical staff, and administrators to collaborate with each other and get information to patients faster and in a more flexible way, and to streamline workflows and healthcare operations.

Join T.J. Barry, Cloud Security Architect at UPMC, and Sean Cordero, Head of Cloud Strategy at Netskope, to learn how UPMC worked to transition to the cloud for dramatically increased productivity and reduced costs, while protecting patient and payer data to stay compliant.  T.J. will openly share the challenges, solutions, surprises and and ongoing efforts of his organization, and how they may benefit others who are on the journey to the cloud.

Netskope helps organizations like UPMC secure sensitive data (PHI, PII, etc) in their sanctioned cloud services, discover data leakage and threats across all sanctioned and “shadow IT” services, coach users and enable rules around cloud service usage.

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