OpenText™ Enfuse 2019 wrapped up today from the Venetian Resort in Las Vegas. We’d like to give a huge thank you to the roughly 1,000 security professionals, digital investigators, legal teams, law enforcement officials, partners and customers that took the time to join us and network with experts and peers; learn about emerging trends in security, digital forensics and eDiscovery; and achieve valuable professional accreditation and certification.
We ended the incredible 2019 event with the presentation of this years’ OpenText Hero Awards, presented to customers leveraging OpenText solutions to best protect their own customers.
Patty Nagle, SVP and CMO at OpenText, shared how “the OpenText Hero Awards recognize customers leveraging OpenText technology to protect their customers, employees and organizations. Customers use OpenText technology to investigate wrong-doing, improve legal processes, and solve information security challenges every day. It is our honor to celebrate those who are using this technology to make a real difference in their organizations and the world.”
OpenText Customers honored today include:
- Frank Krahn – While serving as Director in the Office of Risk Management at the Mayo Clinic, Frank Krahn implemented unique uses for OpenText™ EnCase™ eDiscovery and OpenText™ EnCase™ Endpoint Security. With OpenText technology, Mayo monitors medical systems of high-profile patients. When devices are accessed, OpenText solutions automatically scan devices to make sure no protected health information (PHI) was copied or taken from the medical systems. In the event an issue is detected, the team can react quickly to prevent a breach of sensitive information.
- Pfizer – Pfizer Inc. is a leading biopharmaceutical company with operations across the globe. Pfizer uses OpenText EnCase products to forensically acquire, analyze, review and remediate data within their environment. OpenText helps Pfizer’s Global Information Security team fulfill their mission. OpenText presented the award to Pfizer’s Brian Coleman, Director – Global Information Security – Digital Forensics & Insider Threat during the conference.
- New South Wales Police Force – OpenText EnCase Security solutions are made stronger every year by our user community. EnScript programs are customized extensions for OpenText EnCase products that automate common tasks. This year, OpenText recognized The New South Wales Police Force’s Brian Jones as the top EnScript submission from the developer community.
Thank you to all of our customers, partners and staff that made OpenText Enfuse 2019 so successful and we hope you will join us next year for an even bigger event as Enterprise World joins forces with Enfuse to combine the leading Enterprise Information Management conference with the largest digital investigation and security conference for ONE powerful event.
Join us in Las Vegas next fall from September 29-October 1, 2020 for Enterprise World 2020. Learn how to ride the next wave of transformation in productivity and growth. From insights into the latest trends to stories of successful digital transformations, Enterprise World 2020 will prepare and guide you to unlock the Information Advantage. We hope to see you there!