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As a VP of Product Strategy at STEALTHbits, Ryan is responsible for the vision and strategy of their Data Access Governance solutions. Ryan has a tenure of thirteen years in the technology space across multiple different areas. Prior to joining STEALTHbits he most recently served as the Director of Product Management at Metalogix Software helping to lead them to acquisition by Quest software. He has also previously held positions in R&D, Presales Engineering, and Technical Support.

What is APRA’s CPS 234? Part 2

This is our second part of a two-part series regarding APRA’s new prudential standard of CPS 234 and how this can potentially impact an organisation. Part 1 focused primarily on the background of the CPS 234 and the beginning of the controls necessary to put in place to begin getting ready. Today we are going […]

What is APRA’s CPS 234? Part 1

If you are located in Australia or do business in Australia, you may be an Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA) regulated entity. If you are unsure, take a trip to APRA’s website and see whether it’s applicable to you or not. For the sake of this blog let’s say you are regulated or are just […]

How to Implement Stealthbits Access Library Connectors

With the advent of the Stealthbits Access Library, today we are going to have a quick Protip in the form of how to best implement these connectors and what the little “gotchas” might actually be. Obtaining Access Library Connectors First, let’s talk about getting the modules downloaded correctly. On the Stealthbits homepage, there is a […]

New! Stealthbits Access Library – Flexible Access Auditing Across Any Platform

Historically most organizations would attempt to standardize on one platform internally for unstructured data and another for structured data. This meant separating off the unstructured data to a singular admin (or team), and the structured off to a different admin (or team) and the business remained divided in that manner. These could take many forms […]

What is the Right to be Forgotten?

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The Right to be Forgotten is defined as “the right to silence on past events in life that are no longer occurring.” The right to be forgotten leads to allowing individuals to have information, videos, or photographs about themselves deleted from certain internet records so that they cannot be found by search engines. As so […]

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