Controlling data encryption and key management is a MUST in the cloud. The Internet of Things. Mobility. The app explosion. Big data. As the Internet continues its dynamic evolution in the cloud, the security threat landscape expands alongside it. And in the middle of it all, data is being delivered, accessed, and stored in more places with more devices. Protecting it is paramount.
Join Thales e-Security VP of Cloud, C.J. Radford, and FireHost’s CISO, Kurt Hagerman as they discuss a better, smarter approach to data security.
- Dispel common myths of data encryption (the realities may surprise you)
- Learn the vital role data encryption and key management play in the cloud
- See how data encryption and key management fit into a broader security framework
C.J. Radford, Vice President of Cloud, Thales e-Security
C.J. Radford,Vice President of Cloud leads the company’s cloud strategy and growth initiatives with Software as a Services (SaaS) and cloud service providers (CSPs). Prior to Thales e-Security, he spent more than five years at Symantec driving business development and strategic growth initiatives within the rapidly evolving CSP market as well as acting as head of the cloud and IT services team for global business development and alliances.
Kurt Hagerman, Chief Information Security Officer, FireHost
As chief information security officer (CISO) for FireHost, Kurt Hagerman oversees all compliance related and security initiatives. He is responsible for leading FireHost in attaining ISO, PCI, HIPAA and other certifications, which allows FireHost customers to more easily achieve their own compliance requirements. He regularly speaks and writes on information security topics in the payment sand healthcare space as well as on cloud security.