Increasing Encryption Deployment- Response to Compliance & Cyber Attacks

Larry Ponemon, Ponemon Institute
Thales e-Security and Ponemon Institute have partnered within the security community to identify and understand the trends that shape the market. This webinar will examine the usage of encryption and how it has been evolving. Having recently completed the “2011 Enterprise Encryption Trends Report” that focuses on compliance pressures and cyber-attacks targeting sensitive data that is leading IT organizations to alter their encryption strategies, this webinar will provide insight from surveyed I.T. workers across various job functions. You'll hear how they're leveraging encryption technology in order to protect their critical information assets. Since compliance laws differ around the world, encryption trends tend to vary greatly in various markets. Are your assets being fully protected?

Join Thales e-Security and guest speaker Larry Ponemon to learn more about this exciting webinar topic on April 26, 2012 at 2:00 pm EST!
Apr 26 2012
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Increasing Encryption Deployment- Response to Compliance & Cyber Attacks
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    Thales e-Security and Ponemon Institute have partnered within the security community to identify and understand the trends that shape the market. This webinar will examine the usage of encryption and how it has been evolving. Having recently completed the “2011 Enterprise Encryption Trends Report” that focuses on compliance pressures and cyber-attacks targeting sensitive data that is leading IT organizations to alter their encryption strategies, this webinar will provide insight from surveyed I.T. workers across various job functions. You'll hear how they're leveraging encryption technology in order to protect their critical information assets. Since compliance laws differ around the world, encryption trends tend to vary greatly in various markets. Are your assets being fully protected?

    Join Thales e-Security and guest speaker Larry Ponemon to learn more about this exciting webinar topic on April 26, 2012 at 2:00 pm EST!
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