John Grimm, Sr Director Product Marketing, Thales e-Security
Encryption, and cryptography in general, has been thrust into the spotlight as a critical technology for combating exploits, surveillance, data breaches, insider threats, and more. But as we saw with the Heartbleed OpenSSL vulnerability and more recently with POODLE, encryption is no silver bullet and can’t be taken for granted. The quality of its implementation is the major determining factor in the protection it actually provides and mitigating the costs of remediation.
Join us on Thursday, November 20th, to learn about:
Five ways you can measure the quality, or trust level, your crypto systems provide
Effective strategies for dealing with the key management pain many organizations are starting to feel as they increase their deployment of cryptography
Use cases for strong cryptography and trusted key management with hardware security modules (HSMs)