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Network Encryption made EASY: Utilizing Network Virtualization to Simplify Network Encryption & Enhance your Network Security

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Encryption, network virtualization and the imminent GDPR can be very complex issues for organizations to stay on top of. Security professionals need to think about security across clouds and how to utilize the virtualization layer as a security enabler. This webinar will consider encryption both for data-at-rest, and across the network.

In this webinar you will: 

  • Consider security across clouds in relation to mobility 
  • Learn how to simplify network encryption 
  • Discover how the virtualization layer is in a unique position to improve security
  • Learn how to circumvent hackers at the hypervisor level 
  • Discuss the Goldilocks theory and how it relates to information security 
  • Discover how this can help your organization get ready for GDPR
  • Discover forward-looking virtualization solutions.

Speakers

Aaron Lancaster

Information Security Team Lead, TekLinks

Stephen Pritchard

Moderator, Infosecurity Magazine

    Ryan Rubin

    Chair, London Branch, IISP and Managing Director, Protiviti

      Jeremy Van Doorn

      Director of Pre-Sales, EMEA Network & Security Division, VMware

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