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Application of Data Security in Daily Life

In this talk, my focus is on the application of data security in our data today's life. Attendees get to learn the security perspective of data and how they can pursue a career in security while continuing their passion for data security.

Additionally, we will discuss the different perspectives of data security solutions such as Cloud data security, Web Browser Security, eMail Security, Payments Security, Enterprise Data Protection, Hardware security module, Key management, etc.
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