Secure payment vulnerabilities with Point-to-Point encryptionPaul Hampton, Product Manager, SafeNetEveryday consumers assume that when making a purchase, online or in-store, their card data is handed off to a trusted source, with security in place to protect them. However protecting these transactions and the retail payment ecosystem has become increasingly complex, with recent data breaches of large retailers testament to the vulnerabilities.
In addition, compliance with PCI DSS fails to address some of these vulnerabilities resulting in potential exploitation with disastrous consequences. To address these security gaps the scope of security needs extending from the merchant, acquirer, switch and bank or card issuers to include the manufacturers of payment terminals at the point of sale and developers of payment application software.
Join your fellow professionals to understand how by using Point-to-Point Encryption, card data is encrypted from the earliest possible moment of its capture, and ensures that data remains in an encrypted state consistently until it arrives at the payment gateway.
Then understand why many merchants are considering P2PE not only to secure vulnerabilities, but also because it can effectively remove some of the merchant’s own security infrastructures from the scope of compliance with regulations such as PCI DSS. Lastly understand why encryption is only as secure as the encryption keys as when cryptography is used to protect valued data, the risk is transferred from the data to the keys.Read more >
The savings with NAS file sharing are compelling – but not without risk. Deployed in virtually every large enterprise, NAS file sharing technologies are now ubiquitous—but there are still many untapped opportunities for organizations to expand their NAS file sharing deployments. Often, it is security and regulatory compliance concerns that have inhibited more widespread usage of NAS file sharing technologies.
Learn how solutions from SafeNet enable enterprises to secure their NAS file sharing infrastructure that house the most business-critical and sensitive data assets, while at the same time maximizing compliance, availability, usability and security
Join your fellow professionals for this technically focused webinar with the Product Line Manager for SafeNet Storage Secure.
As organizations move to virtualize their environments they must rethink how the secure their data. Encryption will play a key role in protection of data as perimeter defences become less relevant and traditional security mechanisms struggle to keep threats at bay.
Join your fellow professionals for a best practice session, to first learn the detail on how encryption is expanding as organizations or all shapes and sizes, and from a wide range of industries, migrate to virtual environments. Then discuss several key management best practices to complete "the keychain" for organizations considering a move to the cloud. Finally we look at specific use cases to demonstrate the use of these best practices for encryption and key management in the enterprise.
Whether you are a government, military or commercial organization, you need to ensure that your data is encrypted in transit.
As corporate and government espionage intensifies, with high profile fibre tapping cases, such as UK’s GCHQ extensive fibre tapping becoming public news, encryption of data in transit is essential. Cyber-threats to data in motion are real and occurring constantly. By protecting the data itself with encryption you render it useless to a 3rd party, but can it keep up with your network?
Data network growth, increasingly sensitive data and bandwidth demands are creating a shift to the more efficient encryption of sensitive traffic at Layer 2. Layer 2 affords secure encryption that is up to 50% more efficient than competing technologies such as IPsec with little or no impact on network performance.
Join your fellow professionals for a best practice session to understand how these triple certified encryptors, CAPS, FIPS and Common Criteria certified solutions can be used on a Layer 2 network to protect data in motion for government and military organizations, as well as financial and other commercial enterprises. Specifically CAPS provides assurance for the UK government, its agencies and commercial enterprises working with the government.
With proven reliability, high throughput, and low latency, SafeNet network encryption devices ensure security and certified assurance across Layer 2 networks.
Il quadro normativo di riferimento a livello europeo in materia di disposizioni di sicurezza sta prendendo sempre più forma grazie all’entrata in vigore del Regolamento EU 611/2013 e alla nuova legislazione in corso di approvazione sulla protezione dei dati personali (EU Data Protection Regulation) e sulla sicurezza delle reti e delle informazioni (NIS Directive).
In particolare, la fornitura di servizi digitali nel mercato italiano ed europeo non può prescindere dal rispetto del Regolamento EU 611/2013 sulla notifica delle violazioni di dati personali nel settore dei servizi di comunicazioni elettroniche. A questo proposito, misure tecnologiche quali la cifratura dei dati vedono confermata la loro efficacia, ora riconosciuta anche a livello di legislazione EU.
How to Say “YES” to Dropbox for Sensitive Data in the Enterprise (And feel good about it)
Dropbox isn’t coming to your enterprise someday. It’s here, now. BYOD(ropbox) has happened, as employees try to make it easy to collaborate and access documents on the go. While this transition may have happened without your IT organization’s involvement or buy in, IT teams still have a critical role to play when it comes to protected sensitive corporate documents. You may have even implemented other file sharing or storage applications internally-but are your employees using them?
The reality is that enterprises can begin to say YES to Dropbox usage for sensitive documents, while eliminating the associated security risks. This webinar will show you how, and provide recommendations on what to look for in order to help you embrace Dropbox within your organization to secure the workloads that you need protected.
Managers tasked with leading IT and security today find themselves having to navigate fundamental changes in their professional environment.
In the process they are being overtaken by business units, groups and even individual employees who are taking an off-road approach by procuring IT services on their own, whether by subscribing to a SaaS offering, buying their own computing equipment, downloading a productivity application, or renting cloud storage. From here, the slippery road toward unauthorized file sharing and leakage of sensitive corporate data is short.
Join your fellow professionals for a best practices session on “Utilizing Strong Authentication to Encourage Collaboration in the Enterprise”. In this webinar executives from SafeNet and WatchDox will discuss how strong authentication combines with file sharing to facilitate and enable secure collaboration in the enterprise.
In this webinar we will discuss :
•Current market trends around collaboration, cloud and security
•Vulnerabilities associated with unsecured file sharing tools
•The role of strong authentication in securing collaboration and file sharing tools
•Case study discussion
Every enterprise has secret, compliance-related, or otherwise confidential data contained in the data center.
The management and control of these files especially in a distributed and mobile world is fraught with hidden dangers and risks. Encryption alone cannot solve all of these problems.
So join Chris Winter and fellow data center professionals for this insightful discussion on the issues involved, and discover the preventative actions and technologies needed to manage your enterprise file data securely.
The advantages of virtualization are well publicised, as are the many security concerns.
At the end of the day, the security of these solutions will determine the willingness of organizations to move sensitive workloads to the cloud.
One thing is clear; encryption will play an important role in bridging the gap between the security of traditional systems, and the advantages of the cloud. For that to happen new encryption technologies need to be introduced and legacy encryption technologies need to evolve.
Join your fellow professionals on this insightful session to learn more.
This discussion will tackle the complex issues around data ownership and control in the hands of cloud users at the consuming organization, cloud administrators at the cloud provider, law enforcement, intelligence agencies and a pantheon of adversaries.
When sensitive information exists outside of the traditional internal IT environment, it has the potential to deprecate the ability to properly protect and monitor it for indicators of compromise. Whether it’s the virtualization layer in a private cloud or the APIs and management layer of a public cloud, there is an entire new class of privileged infrastructure and privileged users—creating additional opportunity for failure. Adversaries clearly see cloud as an area of opportunity—all the eggs in one basket! Rather than optimally addressing these issues, most organizations try to (unsuccessfully) map legacy controls from traditional data centers into the cloud.
This session will cover the real issues and ideas in how we assess and manage security in these environments. If losing control and ownership of your data in the cloud is slowing down your cloud consumption, we discuss how to retain control in these new environments.