When to Use Provider Encryption, Bring Your Own Key & BYOE for Public Clouds

Presented by

Charles Goldberg, VP of Data Protection Product Marketing, Thales

About this talk

The 2020 Thales Data Threat Report found that 100% of surveyed organizations have sensitive data in the cloud and 57% of it is encrypted. That is a lot of encryption! Furthermore, the trend shows we are encrypting more often to protect brand reputation, authorize data use, and to meet regulations. However, selecting the right encryption and key management solutions for different cloud use cases isn’t always obvious. In this webinar we will discuss the available options, tradeoffs, and how to streamline supporting the ultimate mix of solutions most organizations need to deploy across their multi-cloud and hybrid cloud environments.

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