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Leslie Wiggins

Portfolio Marketing Manager, IBM

Leslie Wiggins is part of the portfolio marketing group within the IBM Security business unit, and she is responsible for IBM Security Guardium. Leslie joined IBM in 2002, and has held product management and product marketing roles within the WebSphere, Information Management, and Analytics business unit: Until recently, Leslie was focused on marketing for the InfoSphere Information Integration portfolio with a focus on Big Data Integration. Leslie holds an M.B.A from Georgetown University and a B.A. from the University of Virginia.

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Companies Around the World are Ramping Up for the GDPR — Is Yours?

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will take effect on May 25, 2018, and companies that fail to prepare may face steep fines.

IBM Guardium Takes the Overall Leadership Position in the First Database Security Leadership Compass by KuppingerCole

IBM Security Guardium was named the overall leader out of 10 vendors in the "KuppingerCole Leadership Compass for Database Security."

Does Security Travel With Your Data? Three Tips for Protecting Cloud-Bound Sensitive Data

To move sensitive data securely to the cloud, establish a data-centric philosophy and approach to security and apply it across all platforms.

Go for Gold by Transforming Compliance Into Data Security

Organizations should go for gold when it comes to data security rather than simply doing enough to satisfy compliance requirements.

Bank Teller or Robber? Analytics, Predictive Insight and Agility Can Stop Data Breaches Before They Begin

Are insiders leading to data breaches within your organization? The right security tools and analytics can help you find out — and prevent these incidents.

Your Data on a Date: Data Security for Every Occasion

Comprehensive data security is a lot like watching your daughter head out on a first date. Here's what you need to know before saying goodbye.

Who’s on First? Creating a Data Security Roster to Safeguard Data From Insiders

Organizations need to understand their data security, and this starts with knowing who has access to critical data and where those users reside.

Warriors of the Storm: The Unfolding Story of Data Security Warriors Versus Modern-Day Vikings

As big data becomes more prevalent in organizations, the need for better data security to guard against corporate raiders is more important.

Big Data Opportunities Need Big Data Security

The adoption of big data analytics is a rapidly growing trend. If you want to reap the benefits of these platforms, you need comprehensive data security.

Be the Power Behind the Throne: Create a Secure Environment for Big Data

By getting ahead of the big data trend, you can become the power behind the throne and enable business success, all while keeping that data secure.