Introducing the first-ever Data Leader Summit, presented by Satori; Data Experts… | News

TEL AVIV, Israel, March 03, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Satori, creator of the first DataSecOps platform for cloud-based data stores and infrastructure, today announced that enrolling its first Data Leader Summit is now open. The Data Leader Summit, taking place April 21-22, 2022, is focused on accelerating data-driven innovation and growth while ensuring security, privacy, and compliance. The event is presented by Satori in partnership with Data Science Connect, a community of over 20,000 data, analytics, security and compliance professionals from hyper-growth startups and Fortune 500 companies. across North America.

The Data Leader Summit is a one-of-a-kind conference specifically for data engineers, architects, scientists, security and compliance professionals from high-growth enterprises. This year’s theme is “Engineering for Hyper-Growth in the Age of Data Security and Privacy”. The event includes virtual and in-person sessions in San Jose, CA, which will cover:

Data Privacy Considerations and Challenges for Industries Experiencing Rapid Data Growth, PostgreSQL, and Other Leading Cloud Data Warehouses

“Data continues to grow in volume and move to the cloud at a rapid pace, as evidenced by the massive growth of cloud data stores such as Snowflake, Amazon Redshift, and major cloud providers including AWS, Azure, and Google. Cloud. Data in the cloud improves collaboration between data engineers, architects, analysts, and data scientists, driving innovation and growth. As sensitive personal, medical and financial data moves to the cloud, the risk of data breaches and exposure increases. Consumer data privacy laws and regulations grow every year with massive fines and reputational impact for non-compliance,” said Eldad Chai, CEO and Co-Founder of Satori. “The Data Leader Summit will address these challenges head-on, offering guidance, tools, and hands-on learning and networking opportunities. Join us to learn from fellow data engineers, architects, security and compliance professionals on how to drive data-driven innovation and growth while ensuring security and compliance.

The line-up of speakers includes data and security experts and thought leaders from hyper-growth startups and global leaders such as Amazon, Snowflake, New Relic, Kandji, Regions Bank, One Vet and more. ‘others. New speakers will continue to be announced on a rolling basis every two weeks until early April.

The event attracts the industry’s top talent in data engineering, data architecture, security, privacy and compliance. Attendees will hear from CIOs, CISOs, CDOs, data architects and engineers in executive roundtables and hands-on workshops, as they collaboratively discuss how to enable hyper-growth with strategies innovative data. To learn more about the summit, view the agenda, or register to attend, visit https://satoricyber.com/dataleadersummit/.

About Satori Satori is the developer of the first DataSecOps platform – a universal data access platform for cloud-based data stores and infrastructure, boasting several out-of-the-box integrations with leading industry data stores, such as Snowflake, Amazon Redshift, Amazon Athena, Amazon Aurora, and Azure SQL. The solution requires no changes to organizations’ data infrastructure or user configuration, allowing data teams to apply comprehensive controls to data stores in days instead of months. Founded by former Imperva and Incapsula executives in 2019, Satori has enjoyed significant market traction, including as a Top 10 finalist in the 2021 RSA Conference Innovation Sandbox competition. Satori’s investors include B Capital Group, Evolution Equity Partners and YL Ventures. Secure access to sensitive PII, health and financial data in minutes with Satori. Start the free trial at satoricyber.com.

Media contact: Dana Zemack Scratch Marketing + Media for Satori [email protected]

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