5 Things to Do for Encryption Enthusiasts at Infosecurity Europe 2018

5 Things to Do for Encryption Enthusiasts at Infosecurity Europe 2018
Scott Carter
Tue, 05/29/2018 – 15:06

For personnel looking to learn more about machine identity protection and encryption best practices, here are five things you shouldn’t miss at Infosecurity Europe 2018.

Encryption Demystified – Stop the Breaches with a Better Encryption Strategy

Accomplished educator, speaker and software developer Linus Chang will provide a primer on encryption including the various types and methods. This will involve discussing the strengths and limits of encryption as well as identifying how organizations can create an encryption strategy. Attendees can in turn use this knowledge to assist their employers in achieving compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and other standards.

Chang’s presentation will occur on 5th June at 16:40 local time as part of the conference’s Strategy Talks sequence. You can learn more about this talk here.

Combining Encryption & Machine Learning to Defeat the Insider Threat

Sudeep Venkatesh, chief product officer of Egress Software Technologies, intends to discuss how enterprises can protect themselves against insider threats using a combination of encryption and machine learning. The presentation will explore how a solid encryption strategy can help counter human error and employee negligence. It will also underscore how to use attendee specific steps to help prioritise encryption in their employer’s cybersecurity strategy.

Venkatesh’s presentation will occur on 5th June at 10:40 local time as part of the conference’s Tech Talks sequence. You can learn more about this talk here.

10,000 Keys for 10,000 Castles: An Innovative Solution to Mass Data Loss

John Jacob and Kully Johal, both of whom work for GBR14 Ltd, will present how to manage data access to prevent data loss. Specifically, they will help conference registrants learn new approaches to insider access, view data security from a different perspective and increase user security without increasing user complexity. They’ll also use their company’s technology to demonstrate how all of this can be done.

Jacob and Johal’s presentation will take place on 5th June at 12:05 local time as part of the conference’s Cyber Innovation Showcase. You can learn more about this talk here.

Kublai Khan, Blockchain & the Democratisation of Identity

SailPoint CTO and CISO Darran Rolls is set to discuss identity governance and management. In particular, his talk will go into how identity governance implementations are helping organizations stay competitive and remain compliant with relevant laws and legislation. The presentation will also focus on how organizations can use identity as a business enabler along with blockchain technology to revolutionize their identity governance programs moving forward.

Rolls’s presentation will occur on 5th June at 14:40 local time as part of the conference’s Strategy Talks sequence. You can learn more about this talk here.

Venafi, Booth D250

Venafi has made a name for itself by helping organizations monitor their keys and certificates and manage their machine identities. By extension, it’s poised to answer attendees’ questions when it comes to understanding the threats targeting encryption assets and how organizations can best protect these critical security assets. To learn more, attendees can visit Venafi at booth D250 beginning at 09:30 local time on each day of the conference.

Infosecurity Europe will take place on 05-07 June 2018 at Olympia London. For additional information about the conference, click here.

Join Venafi at infosec
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Security professionals all over the world are getting ready for Infosecurity Europe 2018. At the conference, they’ll be able to check out some of the leading security solutions displayed by over 400 exhibitors. They’ll also be able to connect with 20,000 other information security practitioners who are estimated to be in attendance.

Amidst all those networking opportunities, attendees should definitely consider sitting in on some of the conference’s presentations. The talks and panel discussions are sure to further attendees’ understanding of many of the most pressing digital security concerns today. They just need to know where to go based on their interests.



*** This is a Security Bloggers Network syndicated blog from Venafi Blog authored by Scott Carter. Read the original post at: https://www.venafi.com/blog/5-things-do-infosec