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A Keychain for the Cloud: Best Practices for Private and Hybrid Cloud Encryption

As organizations move to virtualize their environments they must rethink how the secure their data. Encryption will play a key role in protection of data as perimeter defences become less relevant and traditional security mechanisms struggle to keep threats at bay.

Join your fellow professionals for a best practice session, to first learn the detail on how encryption is expanding as organizations or all shapes and sizes, and from a wide range of industries, migrate to virtual environments. Then discuss several key management best practices to complete "the keychain" for organizations considering a move to the cloud. Finally we look at specific use cases to demonstrate the use of these best practices for encryption and key management in the enterprise.
Recorded Mar 13 2014 48 mins
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Stephen Helm, Product Marketing, SafeNet
Presentation preview: A Keychain for the Cloud: Best Practices for Private and Hybrid Cloud Encryption
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    John Ray, Senior Product Strategist and EricHanselman, Chief Analyst at 451 Group
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    Join our webinar “The Keys to Multi-Cloud Security” on Tuesday, December 13th 2016 and learn about:
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    • Security practices for different cloud platforms and business processes
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    Is it possible to adopt big data technologies while demonstrating compliance with industry regulations?

    Will security get in the way of the analytics tools?

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    Not all online transactions are created equal, so successful security solutions need to be intelligent and smart. Join us for a webinar on Tuesday November 16, 2016 as we discuss:
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    •Worse even, if a business is found to be in breach of certain other obligations under the GDPR, the fine may go up to a dazzling 4 % of its total worldwide annual turnover.
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    - Live Hacking demo
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    Stan Mesceda, Gemalto
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    • Business implications
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