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Director of Cyber Security Technology & Initiatives, Intel Corporation
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Tom Quillin is the Director of Cyber Security for Technologies and Initiatives at Intel Corp. He is responsible for identifying security risks, as well as contributing to product planning that addresses future security challenges. He also manages Intel's policy positions on security and privacy. Outside of his role with Intel, he works with businesses, organizations, and government groups to identify solutions that can enhance their security postures. He is also a regular contributor and guest blogger for Information Week, where he covers security management related topics. Quillin earned his undergraduate degree at University of Iowa and an MBA from the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School of Business. 

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Identifying and Protecting Sensitive Data

1/31/2014
You already know the story: enterprises need strong security to keep their secrets secret, but data protection is a tough beast to tame. There are countless variables to consider, and different data types require different treatment. Add the constant x factor of human unpredictability and you have a potentially feral pack of valuable data, complexity, and fallibility.

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