Webinar: Join us, Tues 5/24. Nightfall & Hanzo experts will discuss how machine learning can enhance data governance, data security, and the efficiency of legal investigations. Register now ⟶

Zero Trust Data Control: Leadership & Learning Forum

In the modern economy, organizations that can collect, analyze, and own massive amounts of data have a huge advantage over their competitors and a clear path to rapid growth and value creation. However, these same companies must contend with huge overhead costs including: regulatory compliance, engineering operations, and security risk management.

Furthermore, because data is the lifeblood of every business, organizations find themselves constantly sharing it with others, with or without proper controls. Similarly, companies must accommodate the fact that sensitive data, owned by others, is constantly being shared with them.

About the event:

This forum gathers IT professionals and cyber risk managers actively wrestling with the following questions pertaining to data governance and Zero Trust security transformations:

  • How to govern sensitive data that companies own and possess internally?
  • How to govern sensitive data that companies own, but no longer possess internally?
  • How to govern sensitive data that companies possess, but do not own?


8:00 to 9:00 am – Breakfast and Networking
9:00 to 9:45 am – Industry Panel
9:45 to 10:00 am – Q&A
10:00-10:30 am – Networking

Date: Tuesday, June 7, 2022
Time: 8:00am to 10:30am
Location: Marlowe San Francisco

Benefits from attending:

Live learning with peers:
Establish an in-person dialogue with fellow tech leaders – engaging in lively discussion on what strategies work, which don’t, and why.

Share perspective and educate others:
Build connections and exchange ideas with industry peers; share successes and brainstorm how to tackle challenges.

Leave inspired:
Learn best practices and walk away with a fresh perspective on how to improve data governance and security processes at your own organization.



Ty Sbano
Ty has over 14 years experience within information security with 8 years focused on software security across many sectors. Ty’s manifesto has been to empower developers by embedding security throughout the software development lifecycle to move at the speed of the business. This has been through the instrumentation of the Agile mindset, DevOps practices, adoption of Open Source and real-time dashboards. Ty has led through various time of change to solve complex business opportunities like delivery model transformation and numerous acquisitions to consistently deliver an enterprise program.

Steven Teppler
Steven leads the cybersecurity and privacy practice at Sterlington, PLLC, and focuses his practice on pro-active, preventive and remedial cybersecurity and privacy work for clients, as well as advising on potential class action and mass tort liability arising from security vulnerabilities and code defects in technology-enabled devices and services. Steven is an ISACA Certified Data Privacy Solutions Engineer, and teaches electronic discovery and cybersecurity law at Nova Southeastern Shepard Broad School of Law, and Ave Maria Law School.

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