2020 Hong Kong Encryption Trends - Webcast
Practical ways to implement strong encryption without the pain
Organizations are increasingly adopting encryption of enterprise and customer information to protect against accidental disclosure and potential threats from hackers. But as organizations adopt cloud-first strategies, containers, mobile devices, IoT and other new technologies, security challenges arise – from deploying and training users on encryption technologies to the pain associated with managing large numbers of encryption keys.
The Hong Kong edition of the annual Global Encryption Trends Study from the Ponemon Institute (sponsored by nCipher) will be released on May 20, 2020. This webinar will take a look at the findings and discuss practical ways to implement strong encryption without the pain.
- Encryption trends in Hong Kong vs globally
- How to strengthen encryption key management at scale for mission-critical workloads
- High-availability encryption solutions combining Fornetix VaultCore key management and nCipher nShield Hardware Security Modules (HSMs), for on-premises or cloud deployment
- Use of Key Management Interoperability Protocol (KMIP) for encrypted storage and backup solutions
President International Business
Philippe Pedron, Fornetix President International Business, has been in the IT and telecoms industry for more than 20 years, and has held executive sales and marketing positions in Europe and Asia Pacific for Fortune 500 (D&B, Motorola, Comverse, Tellabs, etc) as well as medium and start-up companies. He holds an MBA as well as degrees in law, history, and political science.
Principal Managing Consultant
Ian is a specialist in information security, including cryptographic security, Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) and identity & access management. He is a Certified Information System Security Professional (CISSP), a Founding Board Member of the Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) Hong Kong & Macau Chapter, sits on the Editorial Board of the Professional Information Security Association (PISA) Journal, and a member of the International Association for Cryptologic Research (IACR).