With so many tools and technologies supporting encryption, implementing encryption has never been easier and more potentially devastating. This session will discuss concepts such as where to encrypt, how to generate solid keys, maintaining the secrecy of keys, and address other concerns. It will provide real world examples of best practices, discuss lessons learned from actual deployments, and describe practical tools and processes to help protect data regardless of risk tolerance or budget. Hear this highly regarded session from RSA Conference 2010.
RSA, The Security Division of EMC
Global Sponsor, RSA Conference 2010
Kevin Flanagan leads a team of Security Specialists responsible for solution architecture and technical subject matter expertise. He has 17 years experience in providing security program definition, risk assessment, secure application design, and data protection architecture for several software/service providers and other corporations. He holds the CISSP and CISA certifications. He is on the Chapter Presidents Advisory Committee for ISSA Intl. and is a board member for the Central Ohio chapter.
Information Security Architect
Art of Information Security
Erik T. Heidt is an Assistant Vice President managing the Information Security Architecture and Consulting Team for a Fortune 500 financial services firm. Heidt focuses on providing Information Security subject matter expertise to groups across the corporate enterprise. Heidt brings a diverse set of business and technical skills to the initiatives in which he participates, contributing in business case development, cryptography, data protection, authentication, and provisioning.
Jeanne Friedman is Senior Content Manager and the Editor-in-Chief of the RSA® Conference website. For RSA Conference, she works with the speaker management team and the program committee on the track session strategy for RSA Conference in the US and Europe and manages the P2P program and Discussion Group program in the US and Europe. Previously Jeanne has been a VP of Marketing for high tech companies in the New England area.