EMEA: Are you struggling to manage your encryption keys?

Mike Smart, EMEA Solutions Director, SafeNet
Implementing encryption is fundamental for solving compliance mandates and to manage risks and ensure the protection of data. However, security teams struggle with the administrative efforts of managing encryption deployment, with multiple disparate encryption systems and the associated key lifecycle operations.

Join your fellow security professionals to find out how you can:
• Reduce the risks of data loss through increased visibility and control of cryptographic keys across multiple vendor systems
• Centralize key administration to create, maintain, protect, and control the use of cryptographic keys through their lifecycle
Nov 9 2011
54 mins
EMEA: Are you struggling to manage your encryption keys?
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