Building a foundation of Trust – the essentials to understanding enterprise encryption key management.
Increasing mandates around the security of personal data have made encryption for every business. Australian businesses are leading the world in the use of encryption to protect backups, payment-related data, and laptops – and yet they still have a long way to go before encryption is both ubiquitous and manageable.
With the proliferation of business applications that use encryption and signature techniques and the vast number of entities that need encryption keys to identify themselves, the number of keys in existence in any enterprise can be enormous. Furthermore, keeping track of which key belongs to which entity, which application needs access to which key, and what the usage policies associated with each key should be can easily get out of hand. Key management is therefore a critical aspect of a business’s ability to operate efficiently and securely.
If you’re wrestling with the challenges of encryption key management, please join CSO Australia and nCipher Security for an interactive webinar where you will have the chance to learn key-management best practice from the experts.
Security experts, industry speakers and end users will share their experiences in building enterprise-grade encryption. You and your peers will have the chance to ask questions of the experts, and by the end of the session you will have learned:
- Why encryption is so important to meeting governance and compliance requirements
- Why it is hard to manage at scale, and how key management addresses this challenge
- What it takes to deploy encryption meaningfully at scale, and the pitfalls you may encounter
- How new innovations, such as cloud storage of data and the introduction of Internet of Things (IoT) devices, complicate the use of encryption
- Hear the findings from the latest Global Encryption Trends report on the rise in the use of encryption to protect data with organizations responding to both technology shifts and changes in the threat environment.
You can register for both the live and on demand webinar. This event will be recorded for you to use as a resource post event. You can also earn 1 CPE credit for attending.
Regional Director ANZ, nCipher
For over 20 years, James has been working with some of the world’s leading organisations, across multiple industry sectors and geographies to protect their most sensitive data. Based out of Melbourne, Australia, James currently leads the business in Australia and New Zealand for nCipher Security. nCipher Security empowers world-leading organizations by delivering trust, integrity and control to their business critical information and applications.
Prior to his current role, James led the Thales eSecurity business in South Asia, based out of Delhi, India. He holds a degree in Business Studies and Economics from the University of Greenwich, London.
David Braue has been covering the IT industry since 1995, bringing a deep technical knowledge base to a portfolio spanning enterprise, consumer, telecommunications, and security technologies. His prolific career, writing for Australia’s leading newspapers and specialist magazines and Web sites, has been recognised with numerous IT journalism awards including 2010 IT Journalist of the Year.
Founder and Managing Director, Cogito Group
Richard is the Founder and Managing Director of Cogito Group. He is a mentor and manager to a team of engineers and developers that specialise in authentication solutions including Identity Management, Public Key Infrastructure, Encryption and data protection solutions. Richard and his team have successfully designed and deployed a number of projects seeking to leverage PKI or related technologies.
Director, Academic, Senior Engineer, Public Policy Consultant, Writer, Author
Mark A Gregory is currently Associate professor focusing on network engineering and Internet privacy and security in the School of Engineering at RMIT University in Melbourne,
He co-authored a book titled Security and the Networked Society in 2013, published more than 80 refereed papers and received a major government grant for a study on Wi-Fi in 2015. Dr
Gregory completed a PhD at RMIT University in 2008, is a Fellow of Engineers Australia, a Senior Member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc., and recipient of an Australian
Learning and Teaching Council Citation in 2009.
He is the General Chair of the annual Australasian Telecommunication Networks and Applications Conference, managing editor of the Australian Journal of Telecommunications and the Digital Economy and the Australasian Journal of Information, Communication Technology and Applications, an associate editor of the Australasian Journal of Engineering Education and a regular contributor to Business Spectator and other media outlets.