Cryptographic Keys: The Horseshoe Nail of Cyber Security
In our current era, more than ever, we know that when dealing with new working environments, vulnerability risks and other issues, data protection is essential.
Poor or inadequate key management can lead to a data breach more than a weak algorithm, and with the amount of data most businesses need to encrypt today, many keys and many encryptions tools may be used.
If your organization deals with confidential data - and most industries do - encryption is vital to security but key protection is even more important.
Data encryption, Digital Signatures/certificates, Application Encryption and PKI are all technologies that use CRYPTOGRAPHIC functions, yet most of the companies that implement these technologies trust their vendors that their solutions provide the appropriate amount of security without questioning the specifics of their implementation. Why? It’s simple: Crypto is hard to understand. Vendors do their best to provide adequate security, but companies need to work with crypto vendors to understand how crypto is being implemented.
Register for this session and explore:
- How is your organization using encryption, and what are new ways to expand use?
- How can encryption better protect your organization from breaches and attacks and provide better ways to secure identity?
- What are the best practices your organization should follow to ensure encryption keys are protected and managed?