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How To Secure Communications and Build Resilience in the Cloud


In the current climate, many organisations are experiencing cyber security challenges associated with increased remote working.

Now more than ever before public networks are essential arteries, carrying the lifeblood of data and communications for governments, agencies and enterprises. As we all adopt cloud services, we step closer to the danger of cyber-attack and the very real threat of a hack with significant security, financial or reputational implications.

Whether the enemy is state sponsored actors, ransomware criminals or aggrieved individuals, there is a clear and present need to ensure the confidentiality and integrity of data whilst giving the freedom and flexibility to operate without constraint.

In this virtual session we will look at these increased cyber security challenges and discuss how we are applying more than 30 years’ of expertise in the field of government grade encryption to deliver cloud information assurance and resilience for our defence, government, civil and commercial customers.

In partnership with the UKCloudX Virtual Summit - Making Cloud Based Cyber Security A Reality
Recorded May 20 2020 39 mins
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Lee Hannaford, Head Of Sales - Network Services, L3Harris
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