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Cristi Zamfir

Cristi Zamfir
Dr. Cristian Zamfir co-founded Cyberhaven and is now the CISO of Cyberhaven. Cristian is the inventor of Execution Synthesis, which is an acclaimed technique that automates the debugging of concurrent software. Cristian previously held research positions at UC Berkeley and Microsoft, and earned a Ph.D. in computer science from EPFL (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology).
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Data tracing vs. data tagging

Cristi Zamfir [July 22, 2020]
Data Tagging Overview Data tagging is an old concept with a multitude of use cases ranging from data classification to data leak prevention.  A few of the most important goals are:
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Topics: Data Tracing

The Essential Requirements Checklist for Insider Threat Solutions

Cristi Zamfir [June 23, 2020]
This is my perspective as a CISO on what are the essential requirements for an insider threat solution. I have tried to not focus on the obvious such as "provide investigative capabilities". All false
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Topics: Insider Threat

Don’t use COVID-19 as a motivation to cross the privacy line

Cristi Zamfir [June 4, 2020]
As the COVID-19 pandemic is forcing millions to work remotely and companies are considering permanent work-from-home policies, there is a clear need to secure both employees and company assets. false
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Topics: Insider Threat

Covid-19 Makes Pharma a Target for Insider Threats

Cristi Zamfir [May 12, 2020]
Risk mitigation for Pharma’s sensitive data   Pharma as a target The pharmaceutical industry has become the highest target for data breaches and unfortunately, it is taking nearly a year to detect false
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Topics: Insider Threat

CISOs Perspective on Implementing a Data Safety Net in Times of Crisis

Cristi Zamfir [April 13, 2020]
Remote work: higher risk for IP Remote work poses more challenges and more risk for sensitive data. Employees are more likely to resort to shadow IT to share sensitive data, such as copying sensitive false
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Topics: Insider Threat

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