LIVE WEBINAR: Tuesday, Oct. 26, 2021 / 11:00 am – 12:00 noon ET
Cryptography is everywhere. It has become an integrated layer of defense within all of the digital transformation initiatives now collectively referred to as digital business. Cryptography is one of the most important tools businesses use to secure the systems that hold its most important asset – data. Cryptography is critical infrastructure because increasingly the security of sensitive data relies on cryptographic solutions.
Topics will include:
Where cryptography is in use and how it has evolved
Establishing policies for the core cryptographic elements: algorithms, keys, and certificates
Impact of insecure cryptography, and how to bring it into compliance
Importance of crypto agility and how to achieve it
Practical steps you can take today to secure your crypto
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MEET THE PANEL
Brent Hynes – Director, Professional Services, Entrust
Brent is responsible for Entrust’s authentication, PKI, and IOT-related professional services business and commercial training in the Americas.
Neal Fuerst – Director, Technology and Solutions, Entrust
Mr. Fuerst has over 20 years of experience in IT security and cryptography. His experience with Public Key Infrastructure goes back to the early days of public key cryptography when he successfully implemented the first cryptography-based solution for asset protection at a large computer manufacturer.
Julien Probst – Head of Product, InfoSec Global
Julien Probst is a cybersecurity professional and entrepreneur with more than 12 years of experience in international business, entrepreneurship and product innovation in high tech and cybersecurity. He is currently head of product at InfoSec Global, and an Entrust partner.
Dr. Malek Ben Salem – Technology Research Director, Accenture
Dr. Ben Salem’s research lies at the nexus of cybersecurity and AI, focusing on data protection, trustworthy AI, application, and quantum security. She advises Fortune 500 organizations on cybersecurity.