You are here. Your data is there. Threats are everywhere.

Organizations are increasingly adopting encryption to address protection of customer information and intellectual property, and to address regulatory compliance in the face of escalating mandates. Encryption tools abound, with cloud providers all providing mature and easy-to-use tools that work well within their specific ecosystem. But customers who use multiple clouds and the industry average of eight different encryption products on-premise struggle to manage them all consistently and resource them as skills continue to be scarce.

This session will reveal:

•  Challenges created by digital transformation, mobility, and other initiatives that create new destinations for sensitive data
•  The evolving threat landscape and the role encryption plays—both good and bad
•  Best practices for managing encryption and the security of keys in complex multi-cloud and enterprise environments, particularly as new technologies are introduced

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John Grimm
Vice President of Strategy, Data Protection Solutions, Entrust

John Grimm is the vice president of strategy and business development at Entrust, an industry leader in enabling trust for critical information and business applications. 

John’s 25+ years of experience in the information security field began as a systems/firmware engineer building secure cryptographic key distribution systems.  He has held leadership roles at companies in multiple areas of cybersecurity, including identity management, networking, PKI, cloud, encryption and key management. 

John received his bachelor's degree in electrical engineering from Worcester Polytechnic Institute in Worcester, Massachusetts, is a fellow of the Ponemon Institute, and is a member of Tau Beta Pi, the engineering honor society.

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Sajed Naseem
CISO, New Jersey Courts

Sajed Naseem ("Saj") is the Chief Information Security Officer of New Jersey Courts. He has over 20 years of experience with information security and IT across many industries. As the CISO of the New Jersey Courts, he has focused on Cybersecurity Readiness & Performance, Information Governance, and Network Security. Sajed holds Masters degrees from St. John's University and Columbia University. He routinely speaks at cybersecurity conferences nationally, in Europe, and with the New Jersey Bar Association. Sajed is also an Adjunct Professor at St. John's University in Information Security since 2010 and a native of New York City.

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Tom Bechtold
Digital Event Director, SecureWorld