Today enterprises and service providers are increasingly using network functions virtualization (NFV) and software-defined networking (SDN) technologies to design, deploy and manage their networks and cloud-based services. These software-based technologies give organizations cost and operational benefits because they move network functions from dedicated hardware appliances to virtual servers. These same technologies can be now be applied to how encryption is deployed and managed to protect sensitive data and communications the flow across SD-WANs.
In this webinar you will learn about:
•What is the best network fit for virtualized encryption
•How to implement a virtual network encryption appliance in software-defined network
•What are the cost, operational and performance benefits of virtual encryption
•What it means to be transport layer independent and how you can protect network traffic simultaneously across Layers 2, 3 and 4
As an existing McAfee Endpoint Encryption customer, see what’s new in the encryption product line and what products are available to you! This webcast is provided as a 30 minute overview and includes 5 minutes of Q & A. Prior products that apply to this webcast: (1) McAfee Total Protection for Data (TDA), (2) McAfee Drive Encryption (DED) AKA EEPC, EEMAC and Endpoint Encryption for PCs and Macs, (3) McAfee File & Removable Media Protection (DFF) AKA Files & Folders, EEFF, EERM.
Join this webinar on Endpoint Encryption and learn about:
• McAfee Complete Data Protection Suites – New
• How these new suites are becoming available to you
• How to securely manage your endpoints from a single console while simultaneously providing self-service features for your end-users
• Use cases on leveraging the synergy between Intel® vPro™ and McAfee Data Protection technologies
• Management of Native Encryption v1.0
• Reference material available to you at the Endpoint Encryption Community site
Pat Correia is responsible for Endpoint Encryption Product Marketing at McAfee. Previous to Intel, Pat held various technical and product marketing positions at Intel for 15 years, driving many key projects in Pentium chipset, Pentium and Xeon processors, industry platform initiatives including PCI Express and Ultra Mobile PC, and corporate brand campaigns for Core 2 Duo based multi-core platforms and software, all targeted to OEMs and ODMs world-wide.
Deepak Kolingivadi is a Product Manager in the Management Business Unit at McAfee and responsible for formulating the strategy for products like McAfee ePO Deep Command and McAfee Risk Advisor. Deepak has 15 years of industry experience, of which 11 years have been in the field of Digital Security. Deepak is experienced in developing product strategy and roadmap for security products as well as conceptualizing and engineering them.
In today’s environment data protection is more critical than ever and businesses are responding. This 13th edition of the Global Encryption Trends Study, conducted by the Ponemon Institute and sponsored by Thales eSecurity, reveals how increased cloud use and accelerated compliance initiatives are driving adoption of new encryption strategies. Join Dr. Larry Ponemon and John Grimm to learn about some of the top findings in this year’s Global Encryption Trends Study, including:
• Growth in encryption and Hardware Security Module (HSM) usage
• The importance of performance, scalability and consistent policy enforcement across enterprise and cloud use cases for encryption solutions
• Trends in encryption deployment across multiple vertical markets and geographies that are useful for benchmarking
Between Edward Snowden, the NSA, and the FBI we’ve all been hearing the term “encryption” thrown around a lot. But what do you really know about encryption? And as a business, what do you need to know? How does it work, and what are your options?
In this 60 minute session, Andy Nieto, IT Strategist for DataMotion, provides a clear, simple overview of encryption, and will include plenty of time for questions, Topics include:
The who, what, where, why, when, and how’s of encryption
The difference between proprietary and open source encryption
Encrypting data at rest
Encrypting data in motion
Mobile devices and encryption
Law enforcement and defense organizations need secure access to sensitive data, and to provide services and to collaborate with others, while protecting the public, and any confidential information. Faced with these challenges, meeting compliance regulations such as Criminal Justice Information Services Security Policy (CJIS-SP) , is a priority for most organizations, especially as audits draw near.
Did you know that the Criminal Justice Information Services Security Policy (CJIS-SP) requires that data be encrypted when it is transmitted outside a secure facility, even within the same agency
“When CJI is transmitted outside the boundary of the physically secure location, the data shall be immediately protected via cryptographic mechanisms (encryption)”
Join us for an informative webinar where you will learn how to secure your data in transit as it moves across your internal and external network, to help ensure compliance with the FBI mandate.
•Overview of CJIS-SP mandate
Network vulnerabilities and how Ethernet encryption can help secure data in motion
•Use cases – hear how various agencies have successfully deployed network encryption to secure their data and meet audit requirements
•Mapping solutions to the needs of your organization
For more information on dealing with multi-factor authentication in the CJIS audit, check our part one in the series: https://www.brighttalk.com/webcast/2037/258091
Learn some practical steps for implementing encryption to reduce your organization’s HIPAA compliance risk.
In this webinar renowned security and privacy expert, Chris Apgar, CISSP, discusses options for protecting PHI data at rest, what steps to take and how to implement them. Andy Nieto, Health IT Strategist, will cover the role encryption and secure messaging can play in protecting PHI data in motion. Together, they’ll offer best practices you can follow to lower your risk, including:
•How to get started – assessing your risk
•What your options are – how to protect PHI
•What’s the budget – dispelling the cost myth
•Using encryption appropriately – balancing the need to encrypt
with getting work done
•Maintaining ease of use and efficient workflow
•Mobile devices and encryption
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This twelfth installment of the Ponemon Global Encryption Trends study, sponsored by Thales e-Security, reveals both deployment plans and pains associated with increasingly aggressive cloud and data protection strategies. Although compliance remains a top driver for encryption, the gap has narrowed as organizations move to protect sensitive IP and customer information from both external and internal threats. Join Larry Ponemon and John Grimm to learn about some of the top findings in this year’s Global Encryption Trends Study, including:
• Variation in encryption and key management trends across multiple vertical industries
• Attitudes regarding protection of sensitive data and control of keys in the cloud
• Types of data most commonly encrypted, and associated applications that perform the encryption
• The role of Hardware Security Modules (HSMs) in addressing cloud and enterprise encryption and key management use cases.
The broad adoption of cloud applications has resulted in more and more data assets leaving the corporate perimeter and being stored in the cloud. However, many organizations need to retool their cybersecurity processes, skills, and technology to be ready for the Cloud First Era. This webinar will explore how bring your own key (BYOK) and Key Management as a Service (KMaaS) offers flexible enterprise-class data encryption capabilities to secure cloud-resident data and meet and maintain compliance with industry regulations.
About the presenter:
Doug Cahill is a senior analyst covering cybersecurity at Enterprise Strategy Group drawing upon more than 25 years of industry experience across a broad range of cloud, host, and network-based products and markets.
Prior to joining ESG, Doug held executive leadership positions at security firms Threat Stack and Bit9 where he launched market leading products and forged strategic partnerships. Over the course of his career, Doug has also served in product management, marketing, and business development roles for cybersecurity, storage management, networking, and database vendors, and started his career in IT as a business analyst.
Supporting more business operations at a faster pace with a lower total cost of ownership with higher levels of security is a request that is likely familiar to many IT leaders today. Luckily, these demands are attainable via a hyperconverged infrastructure which allows data-at-rest encryption natively. Fornetix and Nutanix have partnered to create an integration that allows for flexibility without compromising security.
During this webcast, attendees will learn about:
1) Boosting security on your Nutanix-powered infrastructure with Fornetix Key Orchestration
2) Leverage industry standards to enable a trusted and regulated communication channel between technology providers
3) Unifying encryption key management across your organization for heightened governance and control
Data breaches are reaching epidemic proportions. According to the 2011 Verizon Report, there were more breaches in 2010 than the previous three years the study was conducted. The report also revealed that a whopping 79 percent of organizations were not fully compliant with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS), despite validation a year earlier.
To combat this growing trend, many businesses are turning to tokenization and encryption to increase data security and reduce the challenge of PCI DSS compliance. This discussion will take a closer look at the state of the industry, provide a technological overview of tokenization and encryption, cite specific case studies and explain how to use tokenization and encryption as a one-two punch.
With all of the disclosures of confidential information, both deliberate as in Facebook’s example, or unintentional, security and specifically encryption is more important than ever.
In this webinar, we will present definitions of Encryption and related terminology. We will also discuss examples of encryption through the ages.
Finally, we will discuss the specific application of Encryption as it relates to the Cloud, and how it differs from the Data Center.
Multitenancy in cloud is nothing new. Providers and organizations have long leveraged this model to manage costs and complexity as well as enable access to the latest releases and technology. Within a multitenant environment, resources are shared with all the other users of the cloud which leads to concerns about control and confidentiality of data and workloads. In a recent study, over two thirds of IT professionals say security is their most significant concern in adopting an enterprise cloud computing strategy.
In this live webinar, TierPoint Vice President of Architecture and Engineering, David Hines will address some key considerations for tackling security concerns in a multitenant environment including:
• Ensuring each layer of the environment is designed with strong isolation properties
• Leveraging encryption to create logical isolation from other tenants and data protection
• Understanding how the environment is protected from outages or high-volume usage
You need a proven, standards-based approach that meets GDPR criteria for the use of encryption and pseudonymisation to protect personal data, without breaking existing business process.
To effectively address the GDPR, you need an integrated strategy that can address the complete information lifecycle—from data discovery and classification to enforcing reliable data protection. Encryption, tokenisation and data masking are proven tools for risk exposure reduction that can help you to meet your GDPR anonymisation and pseudonymisation data privacy requirements.
Join this webinar, to learn more about Voltage SecureData, and the Micro Focus Data Security portfolio with technologies that include format preserving encryption (FPE), tokenization and key management and how data privacy can be enforced on your most sensitive data for compliance with privacy mandates.
This very short video clip discusses why you should use DataMotion encryption with cloud email services.Read more >
In this short video, Bob Janacek discusses how hacking has evolved, and has become much more sophisticated, going after data previously thought to be relatively safe - and how encryption is imperative to its protection.Read more >
If there is one absolute truth in business, it’s that data is now everywhere. Big or small, companies wrestle with keeping data secure with an ever expanding mobile and agile workforce.
Increasingly companies are turning to endpoint encryption as the answer to protecting their data. What are the methods that companies can use to defend access to business data? What are the costs of data breaches, compared to preventative measures like endpoint encryption?
In this portion of the webcast, Mark Hickman, COO, WinMagic, discusses how you can best prevent a data leak from occurring? And how you can find the right solution to secure your IT environment?
View the entire webcast, featuring VP and Distinguished Analyst John Girard from Gartner. Click here: http://bit.ly/2sYDiiX
Email is the most frequently implemented application in Office 365, and whether you use a cloud or hybrid solution, email needs to be thoroughly secured. A failure to properly encrypt email can lead to loss of intellectual property, breaches of sensitive customer and employee information, and violations of data breach and privacy laws.
Join Michael Osterman of Osterman Research and DataMotion for a
55-minute webinar that reviews the Office 365 environment, the reasons for securing email, and addresses best practices for implementing and using email encryption.
This webinar will address a number of important questions:
• Why worry about encryption in Office 365?
• Why should you encrypt email?
• What are the best practices for securing email in Office 365?
• Is the native Office 365 email encryption your best option for
Whether you are just beginning your plans to move to Office 365, or you’re already fully implemented, you need to make sure that your organization is moving data as securely as possible.
Data loss is an ongoing concern for all organizations. At the same time the world we work in has changed and people - and their data - are increasingly mobile and on an ever-growing number of devices and applications. Businesses need to secure their data and comply with regulations, without slowing down their users. Now is the time for a Next-Gen Encryption strategy that offers a new approach to data security, designed specifically to meet your needs.Read more >