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Secure the Breach LogoIn 2013, there were over 595 million data records lost or stolen, demonstrating that conventional breach prevention and perimeter-based security are not sufficient for protecting modern data. It’s not a matter of if a data breach will occur, but when.

SafeNet is dedicated to helping companies adopt a Secure the Breach mindset, accepting that a data breach may happen and taking the steps necessary to protect the data itself. Join us at RSA Conference 2014 in Booth #2729 in the North Expo Hall to learn why strong authentication, encryption, and crypto management are the three essentials for addressing today’s data security risks.

Plus, after watching our demos and speaking with SafeNet team members, test your knowledge by playing our data protection trivia game for a chance to win a smart watch or Amazon gift card.

SafeNet Sessions at RSA:

 

Whose Cloud Is It Anyway? Exploring Data Security, Ownership and Control
Presented by David Etue, VP, Corporate Development Strategy, SafeNet

Forget the geeky analysis of cloud security; risk is driven by people involved and the approach to adoption. This discussion will tackle the complex issues around data ownership and control. If data is destiny, then too many people are in charge of your fate. It’s time to get it back.
Time & Place: February 26, 1:40 p.m. | Expo Briefing Center

Not Go Quietly: Surprising Strategies and Teammates to Adapt and Overcome
Presented by David Etue, VP, Corporate Development Strategy, SafeNet and Josh Corman, CTO, Sonatype

Nearly every aspect of our job as defenders has gotten more difficult and more complex—escalating threat, massive IT change, burdensome compliance reporting, all with stagnant security budgets and headcount. Rather than surrender, it’s now time to fight back. This session will provide new approaches to finding financial and operational support for information security across the organization.
Time & Place: February 27, 8:00 a.m. | Room 2020

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