SafeNet, Inc., a global leader in data protection, today announced that company executives will be participating in two speaking sessions at the upcoming RSA Conference 2013 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, California.
Both sessions will address the data protection challenges that organizations face as they migrate to next-generation virtual data center architectures and will discuss the strategies they are implementing to allow them to maintain protection, control and compliance of their data in the new cloud and virtual world.
“The security industry has awakened to the fact that network breaches have become a fact of life. So, the next sensible thing to do is look at ways we can help organizations build a sound security strategy around the assumption that breaches are inevitable,” said Dave Hansen, SafeNet’s President and Chief Executive Officer. “Part of moving forward in this new world is implementing the technology and controls that embed protection on the data itself. This is where intelligent deployment of an encryption framework is becoming a core strategy in ensuring high-value data is protected, even in the event of a data breach.”
SafeNet Speaking Sessions
Customer Panel: Trust and Consequences of Cloud and Virtualization
Tuesday, February 26th, 2:30-3:30 pm. PST, Room 124
Moderator: Mark Yakabuski, Vice President, Product Management Hardware Security Modules, SafeNet Inc.
Panelists: J.P. Hamilton, PKI Service Manager, Cisco
Bill Burns, CISSP, Director, Information Security and Networking, Netflix
Ray Umerley, Vice President, Product Solution Development, Pitney Bowes
There is no arguing the return on investment (ROI) value of cloud and virtualization but at what risk? Clouds reduce visibility and control, open new attack vectors, and increase privileged users. SafeNet, together with Cisco, Netflix, and Pitney Bowes, will discuss how they are using encryption to regain visibility and control in cloud and virtual environments, as well as simplifying and scaling their PKI infrastructure via centralized key management and crypto consolidation.
Control Quotient: Adaptive Strategies for Gracefully Losing Control
Friday, March 1st, 9-10 am. PST, Room 133
Speakers: David Etue, Vice President, Corporate Development Strategy, SafeNet Inc.
Josh Corman, Director of Security Intelligence, Akamai Technologies
Cloud, virtualization, mobility and consumerization have greatly changed how IT assets are owned and operated. Rather than focusing on loss of security control, the path forward is cultural change that finds serenity and harnesses the control we’ve kept. The Control Quotient is a model based on control and trust, allowing proper application of security controls, even in challenging environments.
SafeNet in Action at RSA Conference
SafeNet will discuss these topics and more at RSA 2013, which takes place at the Moscone Center in San Francisco from February 25 to March 1, 2013. SafeNet, a gold sponsor of the event, will be demonstrating its solutions at booth #1825, where attendees can meet with SafeNet executives, its customers and partners. SafeNet and select partners and customers will provide interactive presentations and private demonstrations of how SafeNet protects high-value data in physical, virtual and cloud computing environments.Products that will be featured include SafeNet Authentication Service, StorageSecure, ProtectV, KeySecure as well as a sneak preview of two upcoming products targeted for cloud and virtual environments.
About SafeNet, Inc.
Founded in 1983, SafeNet, Inc. (safenet-inc.com) is one of the largest information security companies in the world, and is trusted to protect the most sensitive data for market-leading organizations around the globe. SafeNet’s data-centric approach focuses on the protection of high value information throughout its lifecycle, from the data center to the cloud. More than 25,000 customers across commercial enterprises and government agencies trust SafeNet to protect and control access to sensitive data, manage risk, ensure compliance, and secure virtual and cloud environments.