When it comes to a cybersecurity strategy, many businesses make the mistake of focusing on protecting or encrypting their network or device, without aligning risk, reputations and revenue where it matters most – the data.
By not securing the data itself, security gaps are exposed. In today’s computing model, data is read on mobile devices and edited on public cloud platforms, which shifts control over information away from the organizations that own it and creates vulnerable gaps. Many IT professionals don’t realize they can reframe their plans to close the gaps for protection that fits within existing software and hardware.
Joe Sturonas, CTO of PKWARE, will expose the gaps that exist with today’s current mindset and dive into the latest tools and techniques to bridge the divide. Joe will demonstrate how professionals can focus on the data itself, regardless of the file format, data origin or compliance standard.
- Learn about gaps that exist in your data security plan
- Gain actionable lessons learned from testing and implementation
- Identify where security can be improved and tools to support
- Understand the basics and different types of encryption techniques
About Joe Sturonas
Joe Sturonas, a 25-year veteran of the commercial software industry, is responsible for product development at PKWARE, including software engineering, documentation, quality assurance and technical support. Joe has worked with organizations on overcoming the biggest organizational challenge of our time: protecting information.
At nine of the top 10 global banks and with 200 government agencies, Joe has helped find extensive solutions when it comes to encryption, compliance, data security and data center optimization. Joe has presented at several conferences including INTEROP London in June, the Cyber Security Training and Technology Forum in August and ISSA International Conference in October 2015.