WhatWorks in Deploying Effective and Efficient Key Management Services

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John Pescatore, SANS Institute and Mathew Newfield, Unisys

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Business damages from ransomware and phishing attacks have made it clear that sensitive business information and application must be better protected. Increased enforcement of national- and state-level privacy laws, as well as the need to secure data across multiple cloud environments, has highlighted the need for reliable and transparent data encryption services to protect information while enabling business access. During this SANS WhatWorks, Mathew Newfield, CIO and CSO at Unisys, will provide details about the selection and deployment of Unbound Securitys CORE Key Management product across the Unisys business environment. The deployment supported code signing, digital certificates, and encryption key management across the entire business services life cycle, from app dev to service delivery and transaction support. Join SANS Director of Emerging Security Trends John Pescatore and Mathew Newfield to hear details on the selection, deployment, and experience using Unbound Security's cryptographic key management capabilities. The webcast will feature a discussion of lessons learned and best practices as well as detail the key security gains achieved.

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