Declutter and demystify your data landscape with sensitive data intelligence Webinar

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When:  Jun 29, 2023 from 12:00 PM to 01:00 PM (ET)


Robust data protection begins when you know where your sensitive data resides. IBM Security Discovery and classify offers actional dashboards, OCR, and comprehensive coverage of new data sources, allowing organizations to make accurate and context-driven decisions around data protection.

With IBM Security Discover and Classify you can: 

  • Act either by archival or de-duplication of data by understanding age of sensitive data or time last modified 
  • Save time by reducing manually sorting or tagging, improve accuracy and data quality, handle large volumes of data in unstructured documents 
  • Get a more complete and accurate understanding of your data environment by scanning structured, unstructured data sources and applications

Key Speakers

Nagendra Pattavardhanam - Product Manager - IBM Security

Nagendra Pattavardhanam: Working with customers across industries, Nagendra strives to solve their problems by leading several products within IBM Security. In addition to building products, Nagendra has helped create security reference architectures, governance models & data and privacy risk assessment

Jesse Sedler- VP of Products at

Prior to joining as VP of Products, Jesse was VP of Business Development and Product Strategy at CipherMode Labs, an early stage privacy-enhancing technologies company. While there, he led all Product and Go-to-market activities including first committed revenue from Fortune 500 clients and was responsible for roadmap development and management. Prior to CipherMode, Jesse was a Senior Product Manager on the IBM Security Data Security team responsible for encryption, key management, data discovery and classification and database activity monitoring solutions. His previous work includes stints as an analyst and research specialist at the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), international trade lobbyist at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, and researcher at the Council on Foreign Relations. He holds a BA in history from Emory University and an MBA from Duke University.