Four Chances To Learn More

Voltage is kicking off a month of learning opportunities this December. With 2015 looming right around the corner, it is time to sharpen our understanding of critical data security issues such as breach protection, EMV readiness and mobile payment security, securing Hadoop and Big Data, and securing sensitive messaging in and out of the cloud.

Voltage has four insightful webinars planned, all designed to deliver you the information you need today to make the right decisions about protecting sensitive data throughout your organization, and in your payment stream.

Below is the line-up. It’s easy to register by clicking the links.

December 3, 2014: TDWI, MapR and Voltage present “How Secure is Hadoop” featuring Colin White, President of BI Research. This webinar will explore Hadoop data governance and data security and looks at the ability of Hadoop to securely support enterprise solutions. Register here.

December 4, 2014: IT-GRC Forum presents a panel discussion entitled, “Top Security Guidelines for EMV and Mobile Payments in 2015”, featuring industry leading speakers including Terence Spies, CTO of Voltage Security. Go here to register.

December 9, 2014: Calling all retailers and consumer facing businesses – here is your opportunity to learn the latest insights about data breach protection. Retail Information Systems (RIS) Magazine presents, “Seize the Data Breach Moment: Insights on Securing Your Payment Streams” with Joe Skorupa, editorial director of RIS News, and Mark Bower, vice president of product management at Voltage. Go here to register.

December 11, 2014: Voltage is proud to co-sponsor TechGenix Cloud CON 2014. Join Michael Ostermann, leading messaging analyst and Mark Bower, vice president of product management at Voltage, for a dynamic discussion exploring challenges and opportunities for protecting sensitive email data, in and outside the cloud. Click here to register.

We hope you can join us for one or more of these exciting events. For more information, webinars and Voltage materials on breach protection, please go to For more insight from Voltage on securing Hadoop, please go to For general information, see

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