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Gemalto SafeNet EMEA Data Protection Channel

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  • Alternatives to RSA Data Protection Manager for Centralized Key Management Alternatives to RSA Data Protection Manager for Centralized Key Management Steve Kingston, Product Manager - Gemalto Recorded: May 25 2016 27 mins
    RSA’s Data Protection Manager (DPM), BSAFE and tokenization products are quickly approaching EOL/EOPS, presenting RSA customers with an opportunity to reassess their encryption key management architecture and needs. With so many technologies available today that seemingly offer the same capabilities, how do you select the vendor and solution that is right for you?
    Join Stephen Kingston, Product Manager for SafeNet KeySecure, Gemalto, where you will learn how you can:

    • Benefit from proven, successful RSA to Gemalto migration use cases, including Healthcare, PII Protection and Retail PoS applications
    • Easily migrate with the same one-to-one functionality offered by SafeNet KeySecure and SafeNet Data Protection Connectors
    • Avoid encryption silos with a centralized key manager whether on-premises, virtual, or in the cloud
    • Painlessly expand your encryption solution as your future needs grow, be it files, databases, applications, or tokenization
    • Quickly get started with our 5 easy migration steps
  • GDPR Summary:  Why encryption and other measures are now a must? GDPR Summary: Why encryption and other measures are now a must? Adrian Davis, MD (ISC)² EMEA; Jason Hart, CTO Gemalto; Tom De Cordier, Lawyer and Partner, CMS DeBacker Recorded: May 24 2016 62 mins
    Until recently, EU data protection laws mainly focused on data subject consent, proportionality, purpose limitation, transparency, etc. Information security, however, was very often deemed to be an area for the techies, not an area of legal compliance.
    This will change as a result of two recent and major pieces of EU legislation: the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the Network and Information Security Directive (NIS Directive).
    Under the GDPR and the NIS Directive, businesses and operators of essential services (eg. hospitals; airports; etc.) will have to implement robust information and system security measures. In addition, the new rules contain a new name-and-shame mechanism: businesses and operators will have to inform the relevant authorities of security incidents. And they will have to inform the affected data subjects, unless the affected data were rendered unintelligible (for example by means of encryption).
    Finally, the EU wants the new data protection rules to become a board-level issue and it has therefore decided to make the rules subject to hefty fines:
    •If a business fails to comply with its data security obligations under the GDPR, it may get a fine of up to 10,000,000 EUR or 2 % of its total worldwide annual turnover, whichever is higher.
    •Worse even, if a business is found to be in breach of certain other obligations under the GDPR, the fine may go up to a dazzling 4 % of its total worldwide annual turnover.
    During this webinar, you will learn from Jason Hart, CTO at Gemalto and Tom De Cordier, an expert in data protection and information security law at CMS in Brussels, what the new rules mean in practice and what businesses should do to bring themselves in line with the upcoming requirements.
  • Data, the new oil: Find out why and what it means for your organization Data, the new oil: Find out why and what it means for your organization Moderator: Adrian Davis, (ISC)² EMEA; Speaker: Jason Hart, IDP CTO, Gemalto Recorded: May 5 2016 62 mins
    Every day, we create 2.5 quintillion bytes of data — so much that 90% of the data in the world today has been created in the last two years alone.
    More data in more places is leading to an increasing number of data breaches with attackers intent on trying to monetize your sensitive information.
    Jason Hart, IDP CTO at Gemalto will explain why data is the new oil and how easy it is to get hacked with a live hacking demo.
    In this interactive webinar we will also discuss:
    - Why your data is wanted
    - The new data Protection paradigm
    - Live Hacking demo
    - What’s next and what to do now to remain on the safe side

    Join the webinar to find out what you should know about Data Protection, how Cloud, IOT and big data impact your information security solutions and to how to keep your data safe.
  • The Hybrid-Cloud Cocktail – What Mix is Right For You? The Hybrid-Cloud Cocktail – What Mix is Right For You? Falco Christow, Product Manager, Crypto Management - Gemalto Recorded: Apr 21 2016 53 mins
    Organizations today need to employ cloud services in their day-to-day operations, but determining where to start and what works best is not an easy task. To build a hybrid-cloud platform, one must take into consideration a variety of factors including security, location, application requirements, and costs. Join us on April 21st to gain expert advice to help determine what mix of private and public clouds is right for you.
  • Can This Code Be Trusted?: Why Code Signing is Essential for IoT Can This Code Be Trusted?: Why Code Signing is Essential for IoT Stephen Helm, Sr Product Marketing Manager - Gemalto Recorded: Apr 20 2016 40 mins
    Code signing protects the Devices we use every day; in devices you expect as well as ones you may not have thought about. Code signing is used heavily in transportation; cars, planes, busses, tractors, etc all leverage code signing on various parts to ensure from the manufacturer that they are all up to spec, safe and have a valid origin.
    As the Internet of Things expands so does the need for trust that the code comes from the correct source. From Fridges to Bridges, Satellites to street lights, code signing is everywhere. Unfortunately, our adversaries have started to recognize value of stealing the sensitive cryptographic keys that underpin the code signing process.
    Join Gemalto on this webinar to learn:
    •The value of code signing in IoT
    •How hackers are increasingly trying to steal signing keys
    •Methods for high-assurance code signing
    •And more!
  • Network Security: What Happens When It Goes Dark Network Security: What Happens When It Goes Dark Stan Mesceda, Gemalto Recorded: Apr 12 2016 46 mins
    The breach is going to happen and when it does, you better make sure you are prepared. When your mission-critical applications such as industrial control systems are hacked, it’s not only about data being exposed. By injecting data into the system, the hacker can override the entire system and even shut it down. Join us on April 12th at 10am EST to learn how to prevent this happening through a layered security approach that includes encrypting your data in motion and at rest, and the cryptographic keys that secure it, while ensuring only authorized personnel can access the systems.
  • What you need to know about the EU Safe Harbour What you need to know about the EU Safe Harbour Adrian Davis, Managing Director (ISC)² EMEA; Joe Pindar, Director of Strategy in CTO Office, Gemalto Recorded: Mar 24 2016 62 mins
    The Safe Harbor agreement allowed American and European countries to share personal data. This agreement is now invalid and a new one has taken its place. This not only impacts the ways companies conduct business and make their IT decisions, but also how they set up their data protection infrastructures.
    This webinar will present:
    • New proposed regulations
    • Business implications
    • A solution to stay compliant and avoid penalties
    Join (ISC)² and Gemalto in this webinar to find out what you should know about the Safe Harbour agreement, how its invalidation impacts you and how to be compliant with the new EU regulation framework.
  • Innovation in Payments: Experts answer 10 burning questions Innovation in Payments: Experts answer 10 burning questions Konstantin Rabin (Kontomatik), Paul Hampton (Gemalto), Rashee Pandey (Bankable), Anders La Cour (Saxo Payments) Recorded: Mar 16 2016 44 mins
    Moderator Konstantin Rabin will provide general numbers on the payment industry, will take a look into start-up fundings and some examples of innovative companies in the payments industry.

    Then, he will ask the esteemed panel of experts the following questions:

    1) What are the main drawbacks of the current payment options?
    2) What should be the primary focus of the innovation in payments and why? (speed, cost reduction, transparency or anything else)
    3) Name a greatest innovation in payments happened till date
    4) Importance of cryptocurrencies in the realm of payments
    5) How do millennials change the way payments are going to develop?
    6) What are the main obstacles that prevent innovation in payments? (regulation, lack of funding, absence of common technology or anything else )
    7) What is more important to innovate, online or offline payment systems?
    8) What is the most crucial part of the Payment Service Directive 2? (or perhaps any other local directive)
    9) How large will be a share of businesses using alternative payments in 3 years from now?
    10) How would just a regular payment look in 2026?
  • Insights and Guidelines into Recent Changes in EU Security Banking Regulations Insights and Guidelines into Recent Changes in EU Security Banking Regulations Peter Gullberg, eBanking CTO - Gemalto Recorded: Mar 15 2016 31 mins
    The evolution of banking systems has led to a surge in digital banking and has drastically changed the security regulatory landscape. Banks are now required to understand and comply with a slew of new regulations which are affecting all areas of banking but specifically security, risk management, how to authenticate users and protect data and services. During this webinar, we’ll review the latest trends in EU regulations, the implications they have for banks and discuss best practices on how banks can effectively and efficiently comply with evolving requirements.

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