Surveillance: You ARE Being WatchedStan Mesceda, Product Manager of High Speed Encryption, GemaltoJoin Gemalto on April 29th to hear Stan Mesceda, Senior Product Manager at Gemalto give his expertise on data in motion and the importance of High Speed EncryptionRead more >
The Identity and Access Market (IAM) is undergoing exciting changes. Increased cloud adoption, cyber-threats and the speedy adoption of mobile computing is affecting how enterprises approach access security and authentication.
Getting insight into these trends can help you prepare your organization for better and more effective Identity and Access policies during the coming year.
Join us on for a webinar on “IAM and Authentication Trends in 2015”, on March 24, 2015, where you can hear all about Identity and Access trends and developments from an industry expert.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is the interconnection of uniquely identifiable embedded computing devices within the existing Internet infrastructure. Join us on February 17th to learn how the Internet of Things will play a role in your future and what changes will be happening in security.
As a defender of sensitive information, you are no stranger to the ever-changing breadth of security threats your organization faces. Not only are you expected to protect sensitive corporate and customer information from those threats, you are also expected to support massive IT infrastructure changes around where sensitive data is being stored and who and how it can be accessed. All of this with little internal enthusiasm for new projects and a stagnant security budget!
Whether you are a CISO, CIO, or any employee responsible for protecting sensitive information it is time to fight for the resources you deserve!
This session will reveal new strategies for:
•Finding financial and operational support for information security initiatives across the organization;
•Enlisting new, and at times, surprising allies for your information security projects;
•Building a virtual team of ‘defenders’ across the organization.
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The retail payment ecosystem is a complicated and highly vulnerable system filled with multiple stakeholders responsible for security, such as hardware device manufacturers, software application providers and financial institutions. As a retailer, you rarely control the security for each piece of the payment ecosystem. But you still need to know everything about the process including:
•The 6 ways your data is most vulnerable
•How your data could be attacked
•Which security stakeholder is responsible for protecting your data
•What security solution should be implemented
Join our live webcast on December 9th for more information on the vulnerabilities of the retail payment ecosystem, and what they mean for all security stakeholders, especially retailers.
We’re sure you’ve all heard about it in the news. With more than 2 billion records lost or stolen since 2013, how can you be sure your organization’s current security scheme will stand up against malicious attacks?
Join SafeNet’s webinar, “Encryption and Payments: How Recent Breaches are Changing the Approach to Data Protection in the Payment Ecosystem” to learn how your organization can improve its current strategy. Encryption and tokenization have long been used to secure transactions that occur in the payment ecosystem, but our HSM experts will discuss how to take this approach to the next level. By dissecting the payment ecosystem, we’ll uncover a variety of vulnerabilities in the current process and demonstrate how to use encryption and key management more effectively.
The ability to access any corporate application, whether it resides on the network or in the cloud, ensures your employees have mobility and business agility. Anywhere, anytime remote access from any device however, increases management loads for IT professionals and obscures visibility into which employees are accessing what applications – and when.
Next Generation Authentication from SafeNet offers frictionless authentication delivered from the cloud, combined with transparency, trust and control, allowing you to secure access to diverse applications and meet security regulations in a shifting IT landscape.
Featuring fully automated processes and support for a broad IT eco-system, frictionless authentication empowers organizations to protect numerous applications with strong authentication. A broad range of authentication methods and form factors ensures optimal risk mitigation and end user satisfaction.
Join us to find out how Next Generation Authentication from SafeNet let’s you more easily secure more applications, protect more identities - and adapt to changing IT environments – while achieving the right balance for your business and security needs.
Fibre tapping is on the increase due to the high success rate currently enjoyed by cyber criminals targeting data in motion. A recent survey* conducted by Trustwave and published in their 2013 global security report, found that “Attackers were more successful at maintaining persistence and harvesting data in transit than they were at attacking stored data. Despite this a recent Spiceworks survey* of IT pros found that “29% of respondents are not encrypting ANY data in motion.”
Add to this that high profile fibre tapping cases are becoming public news and increasing, and all of this contributes to the real need to protect data in motion from cyber threats.
By protecting the data itself with encryption you render it useless to a 3rd party, but as with all technology applied to a business need, this brings about some common myths.
Join this live webinar and hear Stan Mesceda, Senior Product Manager, High Speed Encryption, de-mystify the top 5 most common myths about protecting data in motion, listed below:
•Ethernet is inherently secure/Fibre is not tappable
•VPN/MPLS/IPSEC doesn't affect performance
•My carrier is required to let me know if my data is breached
•Encryption is complicated
•Encryption is only affordable for the big guys
Then following this discussion, learn about the business and technology benefits of encryption data in motion.
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*survey stats quoted are from the Trustwave 2013 Global Security Report and Spiceworks Voice of IT survey deployed to 200 IT pros worldwide conducted on behalf of SafeNet, July 2014
Encryption is fundamental for security but it is only as strong as the protection afforded to the cryptographic keys. If the keys are compromised, the encrypted data can be compromised.
By utilizing a hardware root of trust to secure cryptographic keys and provision encryption, decryption, authentication, and digital signing services, you can provide your agency with reliable protection for transactions, identities, and applications.
In this webinar, you will learn how to protect your cryptographic keys by easily integrating hardware security modules to your applications to secure:
Database and File Encryption
Join your fellow professionals for this best practice session on effective encryption key management.