Paula Musich, Enterprise Management Associates (EMA); Barbara Kay, ExtraHop Networks; and Bri Hatch, ExtraHop Networks
Groundbreaking new research from Enterprise Management Associates (EMA) shows that encryption is rolling out quickly, with 76% of respondents encrypting within the enterprise network, 71% within the data center, and 58% encrypting email, followed by 55% encrypting web services.
According to the survey of IT respondents responsible for security, companies are adopting wildly divergent strategies on what, where, and how much to encrypt, how to decrypt, and which standards to use.
It’s not a simple topic, especially when you add in factors including cloud, TLS 1.3, and regulations. The choices made in implementation can restrict incident response, business risk management, and application security. Poor decisions can be expensive and difficult to fix.
Join us for a practical discussion with EMA Research Director Paula Musich, ExtraHop Director of IT Operations Bri Hatch, and ExtraHop Head of Security Product Marketing Barbara Kay
- Research findings will help you gain support for a proactive plan and avoid retrofitting security
- Security pros will learn what to consider and prioritize and how to engage productively with IT
- IT and application teams will understand the visibility, performance, and security implications of different approaches to encryption and decryption