by Erik T. Heidt | July 21, 2014 | Comments Off on Webinar “When Encryption Won’t Work: Implementing Practical Information Protection”
Enterprise data breaches are occurring all-too-often. Many enterprises have overestimating or misunderstood the protection provided by current, or planned, encryption deployments. This presentation focuses on the attacks that are resulting in expensive and embarrassing data disclosures, and provide prioritized actions for you to consider for addressing these threats. Portable media and data outside the data center are not discussed. We explore the limitations of database, bulk storage and application encryption approaches. Recommendations include a solid mix of controls – sometimes including encryption – that complement and strengthen each other.
Questions we will explore:
- If your encryption strategy poised to address likely threats
- Whether you have invested properly in database, bulk storage or application encryption
- How to leverage other preventative controls to complement or replace encryption
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