Data-centric Security: How Six Enterprises Successfully Turned Gold into Straw
Reversing the abilities of Rumpelstiltskin does not make a happy Rumpelstiltskin, nor do hackers looking to find valuable data in enterprise systems. We know compliance does not equal security, as compliant systems are breached and data stolen every day. In today's highly fluid and interconnected world where data is the new perimeter, the traditional approach of setting up barriers to prevent infiltration becomes irrelevant.
This webcast highlights the success stories of six Global 2000 enterprises, including AIG, JPMorgan Chase and Heartland Payment Systems. They have chosen to protect their customers and their brand reputations with a data-centric security strategy by rendering their data useless to those who infiltrate their systems and steal it.
Listen to this webcast to gain valuable insights into:
Best practices for applying the enterprise-wide data-centric security strategy
Consolidating data protection into a single, scalable architecture platform
Simplifying IT operations with stateless key management
Protecting structured and unstructured data, from mainframe to mobile
VP Product Management, Voltage Security
Mark Bower is a noted expert in data protection solutions, with over two decades of industry and technology experience in this area. His expertise spans electronic banking, smartcard payment systems, Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) and identity management systems and cloud security both for the commercial and government sectors. Mark is heavily involved in industry standards bodies including the PCI Security Standards Council and the Security POS Vendors Alliance (SPVA). He has authored several patents for e-commerce technology innovations in POS software management and remote control, based on his extensive experience in banking and payment solutions.
“Every single breach I know of wouldn’t have happened if our end to end encryption solution had been there.” Bob Carr – on data centric encryption, CEO Heartland Payment Systems