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VP of Marketing, Catbird
Tamar Newberger is the VP of Marketing at Catbird, responsible for the company’s efforts to increase user awareness around the security implications of moving from “P to V to C”. Ms. Newberger has over 20 years of experience in technology development, systems engineering and marketing, including UNIX development as a Member of Technical Staff at AT&T Bell Laboratories. As a systems engineer at UNIX Systems Laboratories (USL), she led the definition of SVR4.2 MP, the award-winning source code product which is at the heart of current mainstream UNIX. Ms. Newberger also worked at Novell in product planning for next-generation technologies and as the Director of Product Management at SCO. She holds MS and BA degrees in Computer Science from Columbia University in New York.
Virtualization impacts every major compliance standard and requires fundamental changes to security practices. What should this mean to you? This session will discuss what gaps are introduced in the move from physical to virtual where compliance is concerned, and prescribe specific steps to ensure compliance for production deployments. Regulatory areas discussed will include FISMA, DIACAP, PCI, HIPAA and SOX/GLBA. The session will also discuss how to build a framework for securing virtual data centers and private clouds, and how to take physical security constructs like Zones and propagate them to the virtual infrastructure to enable consistent security across the entire data center. You will learn how various hypervisor security architectures coupled with VM Introspection and automation can deliver dynamic, granular insights into security.