Storage Networking Security Series: Securing Data in Transit

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Claudio DeSanti, Dell; Ariel Kit, NVIDIA; Cesar Obediente, Cisco; Brandon Hoff, Broadcom; Alex McDonald, SNIA NSF Vice Chair

About this talk

Whether traveling by car, plane or train, it is critical to get from here to there safely and securely. Just like you, your data must be safe and sound as it makes its journey across an internal network or to an external cloud storage device. It's well known that data is often considered less secure while in motion, and attackers are finding increasingly innovative ways to compromise data in flight. And the risks associated with data in transit are dependent on the security measures that are in place. So how do you adequately protect data in transit? In this webcast, we'll cover what the threats are to your data as it's transmitted, how attackers can interfere with data along its journey, and methods of putting effective protection measures in place for data in transit. Included in this webinar will be: •What you should expect to happen to secure data in transit; what are the trade-offs •What transport layer security protocols (SSL, TLS, etc.) are best for protecting data in transit? •Different encryption technologies and their role in protecting data in transit •Which criteria should be used? •How do you know which encryption to use? •What’s applicable to different workloads? •Best practices for data protection in transit Join us on a journey to provide safe passage for your data by registering today! After you watch the webcast, check out the Q&A blog: https://bit.ly/2VXPD3e
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