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Thales nShield non+ to nShield XC Migration

"The new Thales nShield XC is set to replace the Thales nShield Solo and nShield Connect non-plus hardware security modules in the next few months. With a whole host of new features and capabilities, the XC will outperform the non-plus by an order of magnitude – and this webinar will help you understand the new model and the recommended migration plan, so you can get ready to make the switch.

Join us on Wednesday March 28th March @ 11am AEDT for a briefing on:

• New Features of the XC

• Recommended migration steps from non-plus to XC

• End of Support timelines

We will have lots of time for Q&A at this session.

We look forward to talking to you then.
"
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    Join us on Wednesday March 28th March @ 11am AEDT for a briefing on:

    • New Features of the XC

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    • End of Support timelines

    We will have lots of time for Q&A at this session.

    We look forward to talking to you then.
    "
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