A new study from IBM suggests it takes 206 days on average for companies to discover a data breach and another 73 days to fix it. The slightest lapse in data security could cripple a business.
Neo4j’s developers have invested over a decade in graph technology to provide the graph community with the security features needed to protect data, achieve business goals and minimize cost.
This on-demand webinar will guide you through Security Hardness best practices for your Neo4j developments, ensuring your organization correctly mitigates cybersecurity threats and prepares for incident response.
We’ll cover most of the Neo4j security features including:
- Leveraging Neo4j 4.1 new role-based access capabilities
- Working with third party extensions in extremely sensitive deployments
- Best practices using Neo4j to store secure data
Weidong Yang is the founder and CEO of Kineviz. He holds a doctorate in Physics and a Master's degree in Computer and Information Science. Prior to founding Kineviz, he worked for ten years as a product manager and R&D scientist in the Semiconductor industry. He has been awarded 11 US patents and contributed to 20+ peer-review publications.
Axel Morgner founded the open source project "Structr" and a co-founder and managing director of Structr GmbH, the company behind the project. Structr is a low-code development environment that makes intensive use of graph technology. Axel Morgner is a graduate physicist, works and lives in Frankfurt, Germany and has worked as a developer, architect and project manager at Oracle, among others, before founding various companies.
Dr. Martin Preusse has a background in biochemistry and a PhD in computational biology. With his Neo4j consultancy Kaiser & Preusse, he builds knowledge graph applications for medical research, biotech and pharma. His main interests are data modeling and new concepts to solve real-world business problems with knowledge graphs. He is based in beautiful Freiburg in the south-west of Germany, close to France and Switzerland.
Lance Walter has more than two decades of enterprise product management and marketing experience.
Lance started his career in technical roles at Oracle supporting enterprise relational database deployments. Since then, Lance has worked at industry leaders like Siebel Systems and Business Objects, as well as successful startups including Onlink (acquired by Siebel Systems), Pentaho (acquired by Hitachi Data Systems), Aria Systems and Capriza. Lance’s first experience with alternative database platforms was at Arbor Software, the pioneer of the multi-dimensional database / OLAP market.