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  • Making PKI the foundation of your digital transformation
    Making PKI the foundation of your digital transformation Simon Keates, Business Development Manager, EMEA. Recorded: Sep 20 2018 48 mins
    Chris Ogilvie interviews Simon Keates, Thales eSecurity Business Development Manager, EMEA on one of the hottest security topics in 2018.

    PKI offers organisations the flexibility to create security models, however defining, maintaining and securing PKI is a major risk to enterprises. Key theft, weak controls on keys, and impact on business agility as new applications are on-boarded without due care, are some of the challenges faced by enterprises.

    Join Chris and Simon for the first in our series of “coffee break” webcasts when they will discuss:
    a) The current PKI market, the growth in EMEA and the challenges facing organisations
    b) How enterprises are using PKI to enhance their security posture
    c) How Thales eSecurity is integrating with market leading PKI technology partners to offer a holistic solution for the enterprise
  • Thales eSecurity - CipherTrust Cloud Key Manager
    Thales eSecurity - CipherTrust Cloud Key Manager Vishal Gupta, Sr. Product Manager – Thales eSecurity Recorded: Aug 30 2018 60 mins
    For virtually every organization today, the adoption of multiple cloud services continues to expand. According to the AlphaWise/Morgan Stanley 2016 Annual CIO Survey of 100 CIOs, by 2020 over 46% of the application workload will move to the public cloud. So any way you look at it, a multi-cloud environment is part of your future. With this move to the cloud, the proliferation of encryption will continue at an increased rate in order to protect and secure sensitive data. That means the number of keys and the potential risks will also increase dramatically. With the CipherTrust Cloud Key Manager (formerly Vormetric Key Management as a Service), your organization can establish strong controls over encryption keys and policies for data encrypted by cloud services. So what are you waiting for? Learn how Thales eSecurity and our CipherTrust Cloud Key Manager can put you in control of your keys and help you secure your sensitive data.

    * Application workloads are moving to the Cloud - 46% by 2020 - make sure you are prepared
    * Encryption for sensitive data in the Cloud doesn't mean you should lose control of your keys
    * CipherTrust Cloud Key Manager ensures you have control of your keys in the cloud
  • Achieving data security as mandated by UIDAI
    Achieving data security as mandated by UIDAI James Cook, Sales Director, South Asia, Thales eSecurity Recorded: Aug 29 2018 43 mins
    The latest India Data Threat Report from an independent survey conducted by 451 Research shows 52% of Indian respondents reported a breach last year. The report highlights escalating cyberattacks, traditional insider threats, privacy requirements, and data residency regulations are driving enterprises to review how they are securing their data in order to reduce the exposure of their organizations data.

    The largest driver for our Indian customers right now is the protection of 12-digit Unique Identification numbers (UIDs), also called "Aadhaar” numbers, based on unique biometric and demographic data and designed to reduce fraud whilst awarding various benefits. The Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) has mandated that the private cryptographic keys used to digitally sign and authenticate the UIDs must be stored in a Hardware Security Module (HSM). In addition to HSMs, the UIDAI has also mandated the use of tokenization – replacing sensitive data with a token that can be stored, processed and transmitted securely.

    Join this live webinar to:

    • Discover the key findings from the India Data Threat report and see how they compare with the global landscape
    • Examine the UIDAI mandate and the steps needed to be taken to ensure compliance
    • Learn what makes Vormetric and nShield HSM the best solutions to keep your data secure
  • Tokenization: Ready for Prime Time
    Tokenization: Ready for Prime Time Mark Royle, Sr. Manager, Solutions Partner Marketing & Eric Wolff, Sr. Manager, Product Marketing, Thales eSecurity Recorded: Aug 15 2018 61 mins
    The digital transformation has changed how the world does business, creating whole new enterprises and industries, but it has also left many organizations vulnerable to new and destructive threats. Individuals and businesses need to combat these threats to secure their own assets and reputations as well as to comply with increasingly numerous and rigorous regulations, such as GDPR. Among the tools that protect the data itself by making it unusable, should it be stolen, is tokenization. Tokenization protects sensitive data by substituting non-sensitive data.

    In this webinar, we will examine the key elements of a tokenization solution as well as reviewing several example use cases.

    • Understand the problems tokenization addresses
    • Describe the architectures needed to support tokenization
    • Review relevant tokenization use cases
  • 2018 Data threats - data breaches, digital transformation - and the way forward
    2018 Data threats - data breaches, digital transformation - and the way forward Andy Kicklighter, Product Marketing, Thales eSecurity Recorded: Jun 14 2018 45 mins
    When 451 Research surveyed 1200 IT security professionals, including 400 across Europe, for the 2018 Thales Data Threat Report, we found that today’s threat environment, digital transformation initiatives and regulations are having a deep impact on enterprises. In 451 Research’s Analyst Garrett Bekker’s view – with a big disconnect around what is effective at preventing data breaches and where we’re spending our IT security dollars today. In this session, we’ll cover:

    • The depth of the problem with data breaches – and the numbers around how deeply it has affected enterprises in Europe.
    • How IT security spending is being prioritized today – and why that can be a problem.
    • How adoption of cloud, containers, big data, IoT and other technologies add risk and complicate the data security picture – and what your peers would like to see to make this adoption safer
    • Perceived barriers to use of data security tools, and whether these are still relevant – or relics of past experiences.
    • Simple best practice recommendations that can enable you to evaluate your current stance, and improve it.
  • 2018 Global Encryption Trends:  The Effects of Multi-Cloud Use and Compliance
    2018 Global Encryption Trends: The Effects of Multi-Cloud Use and Compliance Dr. Larry Ponemon, Chairman & Founder, Ponemon Institute and John Grimm, Sr. Director of Security Strategy, Thales eSecurity Recorded: May 17 2018 61 mins
    In today’s environment data protection is more critical than ever and businesses are responding. This 13th edition of the Global Encryption Trends Study, conducted by the Ponemon Institute and sponsored by Thales eSecurity, reveals how increased cloud use and accelerated compliance initiatives are driving adoption of new encryption strategies. Join Dr. Larry Ponemon and John Grimm to learn about some of the top findings in this year’s Global Encryption Trends Study, including:

    • Growth in encryption and Hardware Security Module (HSM) usage
    • The importance of performance, scalability and consistent policy enforcement across enterprise and cloud use cases for encryption solutions
    • Trends in encryption deployment across multiple vertical markets and geographies that are useful for benchmarking
  • Privileged Account Security: Safeguarding User Credentials and its Data
    Privileged Account Security: Safeguarding User Credentials and its Data Juan Asenjo, Sr. Solutions & Partner Marketing Manager, Thales eSecurity and Martin Cannard, Sr. Product Manager, BeyondTrust Recorded: Apr 12 2018 60 mins
    A complex dynamic of attack vectors threaten today’s IT environments like never before. Faced with this challenge, organizations need to protect their most sensitive applications and data without sacrificing business agility. Privileged Access Management (PAM) has emerged as an approach that can provide the best defense against potential attackers, by protecting all layers of the typical computing model. PAM solutions manage user access, safeguard file systems, ensure process segmentation, and provide encryption capabilities to protect users, assets, files, and applications. However, vulnerabilities can enable attackers to exploit privileged accounts, and abuse of these can open conduits for data breaches that threaten enterprise security.
    As data breaches continue to make headlines, far-reaching security mandates such as the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) are becoming stricter, forcing organizations to rethink their cybersecurity strategy.
    This webinar will examine how organizations can strategically block threats along traditional computing models to fortify security without re-engineering applications, databases or infrastructure. The presentation will focus on secure access control, auditing, alerting, and recording of privileged account activity. Management of cryptographic keys that protect access credentials, and the protection of sensitive data to ensure that only authorized users and applications can be allowed to access these files, will also be discussed.

    Join the webinar and learn how to:

    • Manage all privileged user access and control file systems
    • Establish a robust root of trust for credential management
    • Enhance security with key management and encryption
    • Facilitate security auditing and regulatory compliance
    • Meet FIPS 140-2 and Common Criteria standards
  • Proactive Data Defence for Digital Transformation
    Proactive Data Defence for Digital Transformation Ian Greenwood, Regional Sales Manager UK&I Recorded: Mar 23 2018 35 mins
    Digital transformation is business enhancing and fraught with danger. With services moving online and into the cloud, the result is a faster, more agile and open service for consumers and enterprises. However, this digital transformation is taking place in an increasingly precarious environment, more and more your corporate attack surface is being exposed.

    With data breaches at an all-time high and incidents of identity theft risen by 57% in a year, consumers are questioning the security of their personal data held by organisations. The rise of cloud and the Internet of Things, has forced companies to take control of their data – regardless of where it resides and in addition, reputational damage caused by public breach is firmly on the agenda of the board.

    This webinar will consider:

    • Key security considerations for a digital transformation strategy

    • Why a proactive data defence strategy is crucial

    • The benefits of maximising the level of control over data irrespective of where it is created, store or shared.
  • 2018 Data Threats - What will it take to stop the breaches?
    2018 Data Threats - What will it take to stop the breaches? Garrett Bekker, Principal Analyst, 451 Research Recorded: Mar 15 2018 57 mins
    Digital transformation initiatives and increased threats have put enterprise data at risk more than ever, with 67% already experiencing a breach, and over half of those breaches in the last year. In this webinar Garrett Bekker, Principal Analyst for Information Security at 451 Research, details critical findings from the 2018 Thales Data Threat Report around the rise in data breach rates, what IT security pros around the world are doing to respond, and best practice recommendations for how to keep from becoming another statistic.
  • Combating Insider Threats-Protecting Privileged Accounts and Access Credentials
    Combating Insider Threats-Protecting Privileged Accounts and Access Credentials Juan Asenjo, Sr. Partner Integration Manager, Thales eSecurity, Kevin Jermyn, Sr. Technical Advisor, CyberArk Recorded: Mar 1 2018 42 mins
    The digital transformation is driving massive turmoil. Organizations are having to face how they protect their data or be breached-again. Results of the recent 2018 Data Threat Report indicate continuing concern for insider attacks, with 51% of respondents citing privileged users as being the main threat.
    Providing the proverbial “keys to the kingdom” that allow access to sensitive organizational resources, privileged accounts are top target for internal and external attacks.

    As organizations increasingly use privileged accounts in a changing business environment, protecting the credentials, isolating and controlling sessions, and continuously monitoring operations is critical. This webcast will examine a typical use case in a healthcare environment, and illustrate how to protect privilege account credentials, passwords, and keys with applicability across industries.

    Attend this webinar to learn how to:
    • Deploy solution across organization without impacting operation
    • Provide added security layer to privileged account management
    • Protect and manage the critical cryptographic keys automatically
    • Facilitate auditing and compliance with data security regulations
    • Comply with FIPS 140-2 and Common Criteria security standards

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