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  • eIDAS: Enabling Convenience and Confidence in Digital Transactions
    eIDAS: Enabling Convenience and Confidence in Digital Transactions Juan Asenjo, Senior Manager - Partner Marketing, Thales e-Security. Recorded: Jun 22 2017 53 mins
    The EU’s Electronic Identification and Trust Services (eIDAS) Regulation establishes legally binding electronic signatures for secure cross-border transactions. Businesses and consumers alike stand to benefit from the convenience and confidence that the new capability enables. To make this digital transformation a reality, an ecosystem of trusted identity, signature, time stamping, and validation services is being deployed across the continent. Whether you are one of these trust service providers, an organization accepting digital transactions form clients, or that consumer end user, eIDAS will impact your daily life.

    Thales and its technology partners play a critical role in the eIDAS ecosystem. As qualified signature creation devices (QSCDs), Thales nShield hardware security modules (HSMs) establish the root of trust for eIDAS trust services. Join this webcast to learn how Thales is serving the eIDAS community and helping you achieve the digital transformation.

    WHAT YOU WILL LEARN:
    • What eIDAS means to organizations and consumers
    • How eIDAS is changing the way we all do business
    • Why a robust root of trust is so important for security
    • Where eIDAS is having its initial impact – case stories
  • NY DFS Cybersecurity Regulations - Are You Prepared?
    NY DFS Cybersecurity Regulations - Are You Prepared? Pamela Gupta, President, Outsecure Inc., Kenneth N. Rashbaum, Esq., Cybersecurity Practice Group, Barton LLP, New York, NY Recorded: Jun 15 2017 59 mins
    New York State Department of Financial Services(DFS) has enacted rigorous, first-in-the-nation cybersecurity regulations for financial institutions and others that do business in the state. It is clear that regulators are raising the bar for the security of confidential and sensitive data.

    August 30 2017 is the first milestone date for this regulation. What is the state of your compliance?

    Join us for a lively discussion with a panel of experts around the following topics:

    •Understanding the legal drivers for the DFS regulation In addition to the directly covered entities of DFS, FINRA & SEC covered entities should be closely following the DFS
    •What this new regulation means to you
    •Why a thorough risk assessment is necessary
    •Best practices and tools for fully complying with this new regulation
  • Key Management in the world of Multiple Cloud providers
    Key Management in the world of Multiple Cloud providers Adrian Lane, Analyst and CTO, Securosis and Vikram Ramesh, Sr. Director of Solutions and Partner Marketing, Thales e-Security Recorded: Jun 6 2017 55 mins
    Controlling encryption keys — and thus your data — while adopting cloud services is one of the more difficult puzzles in moving to the cloud.

    Customers need to know if there is a consistent way to handle this across all their cloud services.

    In this webinar Adrian Lane (Securosis) and Vikram Ramesh (Thales e-Security) will discuss challenges specific to multi-cloud key management and why customers may need something different than the native encryption options offered by their cloud providers. They will help you select the right strategy from the many possible combinations, how each customer requirement maps to different deployment options, and what to look for in a key management system.
  • Tick, Tock: Just 1 Year to GDPR Enforcement – How to be technology ready
    Tick, Tock: Just 1 Year to GDPR Enforcement – How to be technology ready Derek Brink, VP, Research Fellow, Information Technology Recorded: May 25 2017 56 mins
    Just one year remains before enforcement of the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) goes into effect. It’s arguably the most important privacy regulation in a generation. But it’s time to move beyond mere awareness and understanding of what GDPR is, and start making decisions about how you’re going to address it.

    In this webinar, join Derek Brink, vice president and research fellow for Aberdeen Group, and Neil Cooper, Regional Sales Manager, UK&I, for Thales eSecurity, as they share the following helpful insights:

    • Short synopsis of the timeline and key provisions of GDPR
    • Quantify the business risk of GDPR, in terms of both the likelihood and the business impact of non-compliance
    • Summarise the six fundamental strategies for safeguarding sensitive data
    • Identify the three most important capabilities for addressing GDPR requirements
  • Data Encryption for the Cloud-First Era
    Data Encryption for the Cloud-First Era Doug Cahill, Senior Analyst, at Enterprise Strategy Group, Inc. Recorded: May 18 2017 58 mins
    The broad adoption of cloud applications has resulted in more and more data assets leaving the corporate perimeter and being stored in the cloud. However, many organizations need to retool their cybersecurity processes, skills, and technology to be ready for the Cloud First Era. This webinar will explore how bring your own key (BYOK) and Key Management as a Service (KMaaS) offers flexible enterprise-class data encryption capabilities to secure cloud-resident data and meet and maintain compliance with industry regulations.

    About the presenter:

    Doug Cahill is a senior analyst covering cybersecurity at Enterprise Strategy Group drawing upon more than 25 years of industry experience across a broad range of cloud, host, and network-based products and markets.

    Prior to joining ESG, Doug held executive leadership positions at security firms Threat Stack and Bit9 where he launched market leading products and forged strategic partnerships. Over the course of his career, Doug has also served in product management, marketing, and business development roles for cybersecurity, storage management, networking, and database vendors, and started his career in IT as a business analyst. 
  • Data Protection for IoT – Securing Enterprise Business Intelligence
    Data Protection for IoT – Securing Enterprise Business Intelligence Jay Irwin, Director, Teradata InfoSec COE and Andrew Lance Sr. Manager, Business Development at Thales e-Security Recorded: May 17 2017 58 mins
    The Internet of Things (IoT) has us now counting data elements in the trillions. Collecting, storing, and analyzing this data is transforming business intelligence. However, with this new capability, security is also essential. Teradata offers a best-in-class platform for IoT data processing, storage, and analytics. Together with Thales, the solution address the evolving business intelligence needs of enterprises, while protecting data elements and business intelligence. In this webinar, we will examine the key elements necessary to process IoT data, and the security aspects that enterprises need to focus on to safely harness the power of the technology.

    • Examine the realities of IoT data processing and analytics
    • Describe the architectures needed to support the capability
    • Analyze drivers and technique to secure IoT data elements
  • 2017 Global Encryption State of the State:  The Latest Cloud Trends and More!
    2017 Global Encryption State of the State: The Latest Cloud Trends and More! Dr. Larry Ponemon, Chairman & Founder of Ponemon Institute, John Grimm, Sr. Director of Security Strategy, Thales e-Security Recorded: Apr 19 2017 62 mins
    This twelfth installment of the Ponemon Global Encryption Trends study, sponsored by Thales e-Security, reveals both deployment plans and pains associated with increasingly aggressive cloud and data protection strategies. Although compliance remains a top driver for encryption, the gap has narrowed as organizations move to protect sensitive IP and customer information from both external and internal threats. Join Larry Ponemon and John Grimm to learn about some of the top findings in this year’s Global Encryption Trends Study, including:

    • Variation in encryption and key management trends across multiple vertical industries
    • Attitudes regarding protection of sensitive data and control of keys in the cloud
    • Types of data most commonly encrypted, and associated applications that perform the encryption
    • The role of Hardware Security Modules (HSMs) in addressing cloud and enterprise encryption and key management use cases.
  • 2017 Data Threats – The Big Disconnect
    2017 Data Threats – The Big Disconnect Andy Kicklighter, Director - Product Strategy, Thales e-Security Recorded: Feb 8 2017 53 mins
    Spending on IT security to protect data is up - sharply in some sectors – yet successful data breaches are also up significantly. Clearly, there’s still a big disconnect.

    In this webinar Andy Kicklighter with Thales e-Security, and four time prime mover behind the Thales Data Threat Report, reviews the detailed findings of the report.

    The 2017 Data Threat Report – Global Edition will be showcased with an emphasis about the data threats that enterprises are experiencing, what they are doing to secure their data and actionable recommendations that can be used today to secure their sensitive data from data threats.

    • IT Security spending is increasing at 73% of enterprises driven by compliance and data security concerns
    • Data breaches at enterprises are also up - with 68% of enterprises experiencing a breach, 26% in the last year
    • What’s behind the big disconnect? And what should you be doing?
  • Secure Web Application Delivery with Real Time Analytics
    Secure Web Application Delivery with Real Time Analytics Asha Kalyur, Citrix and Juan Asenjo, Thales e-security Recorded: Dec 6 2016 63 mins
    View our webinar with Citrix to learn how to build an end-to-end network architecture that enables you to secure web applications with robust security
  • Is Your PKI Future-Proofed?
    Is Your PKI Future-Proofed? Larry Ponemon, Chairman & Founder Ponemon Institute, and John Grimm, Senior Director of Security Strategy, Thales e-Security Recorded: Oct 12 2016 60 mins
    Enterprises are dealing with a new and evolving set of challenges and requirements that are driving changes to their core public key infrastructure (PKI). The number of applications that depend on certificate issuance services is increasing dramatically, and ranges from basic SSL and user/device authentication to cloud services and now to the Internet of Things (IoT). So, what are enterprises doing to meet these new challenges?

    Join Larry Ponemon, Chairman & Founder of the Ponemon Institute, and John Grimm, Senior Director of Security Strategy at Thales e-Security, for an overview of the top findings of the 2016 Global PKI Trends Study, including:
    •PKI best practices that enterprises are adopting
    •The latest trends in PKI deployment – from internal to managed to the cloud and more
    •How hardware security modules (HSMs) are being used to improve the trust and assurance level of mission-critical PKIs

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