Security or audit questions? Learn more about SAS® metadata security (hosted by Banking 5-50)
Tuesday, July 19 | 3:30 – 4:30 p.m. ET
Internal threats. External threats. Increasing regulatory scrutiny. Banks are facing an unprecedented number of security challenges. Thus there is a growing focus on the management of company security risk-management practices. And as technologies continue to leap forward, the number and complexity of enterprise solutions continue to grow, making the management and documentation of these systems all the more critical to the assessment process.
Named as one of the 20 Most Promising SAS Solution Providers in 2016 by CIO Review magazine, Metacoda provides SAS administrators, developers and business users the necessary visibility to the metadata security of their SAS deployment. The result? SAS users can meet these challenges head-on. The solution includes tools to quickly and easily view and trace security paths, as well as tools to plan, test and document a SAS security implementation. Now administrators have the ability to manage risks before they occur and meet audit requirements in a timely manner.
The Banking 5-50 SAS Users Group is pleased to welcome Michelle Homes, founder of Metacoda, in a panel discussion of the security management, control and audit challenges for midmarket banks. This will be an interactive session, with live demonstrations of how Metacoda software can help keep your SAS platform secure. Have security or audit questions? Bring them!
About the Presenter
Michelle Homes is an enthusiastic and active member of the SAS community and social sphere. A SAS user since the 1990s, Homes co-founded Metacoda in 2007 and, as Business Development Manager, enjoys working with SAS customers around the world to help keep their SAS platforms secure through effective metadata administration.
About the Banking 5-50 SAS® Users Group
This SAS users group is affiliated with Banking 5-50, which formed to facilitate an open dialogue about solving the technology issues facing midmarket banks with $5 billion to $50 billion in consolidated assets. To learn more or to join the group, visit communities.sas.com/Banking.
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