Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Join the Data Encryption Summit

Free Online Event on May 5th

The simultaneous increase in data volume and access endpoints has created a data security landscape clogged with data and riddled with uncertainty. Many security professionals are looking to encryption tools to protect sensitive personal and corporate data, but it can be challenging to implement effectively.

Register for the free online BrightTALK Data Encryption Summit to stay up-to-date on the latest best practices for using encryption to achieve maximum security through different products, solutions and use cases.

Sign up to attend the live, interactive webcasts on May 5, 2011, or view them afterward on demand here:

Presentations include:

"Encryption & the New Social Media”
Marc Sel, PwC Enterprise Advisory Services, Director of Information Protection

"Epic Battle: Compliance vs. Security”
Dr. Anton Chuvakin, Security Warrior Consulting; Rebecca Herold, Rebecca Herold & Associates; Boris Segalis, Information Law Group; Josh Corman, The 451 Group

"Social Media Security: Adoption, Adaptation and Adversaries”
Josh Corman, The 451 Group; Bradley Anstis, M86 Security; Daniel Peck, Barracuda Networks; Tom Eston, SecureState

"Protecting Corporate Assets: Best Practices for Data Encryption"
Sandra Gittlen, SLG Publishing; Winn Schwartau, Mobile Active Defense; Steve Orrin, Intel; Phil Hochmouth, IDC

"Using Encryption in a Safe Manner”
Jeff Reich, Director of Operations, Institute for Cyber Security, The University of Texas at San Antonio

"Encryption & Tokenisation: Friend or Foe?”
Gary Palgon, VP Product Management, nuBridges

You can view the full lineup and sign up to attend any or all presentations at

This summit is part of the ongoing series of thought leadership events presented on BrightTALKTM. I hope you are able to attend.

1 comment:

jonwilson said...

For encryption and security, you wouldn't want to rely on built-in software. Email filtering services do a much better job at it.