Beyond HSM: Key Orchestration for the Enterprise
Starts: March 11th, 2021 2:00PM ET
Ends: March 11th, 2021 3:00PM ET
In a more and more digitized economy, enterprises have to take an in-depth look at their infrastructure and how to manage disparate teams that are swiftly becoming even more decentralized. Keeping those teams and the data they work with secure is as important today as ensuring operational efficiency, agility, and risk mitigation. Now, organizations must encrypt everything, everywhere, all the time to keep pace with our evolving security landscape.
In this webinar, Unbound Security’s Chief Business Officer, Michael Hughes, and Co-founder and VP R&D Guy Peer, will discuss:
- Why hardware-based data protection solutions can slow teams down while opening up new vulnerabilities
- How and where organizations are storing encryption keys, how they are managed and the challenges and risks faced by such an approach
- The case for a Key Orchestration platform for the enterprise: technical and business considerations
Attendees of this webcast may be eligible for one CPE credit.
Chief Business Officer
Michael Hughes is the Chief Business Officer for Unbound Security, having responsibility for all go to market activities including sales, marketing, business development and customer success. Michael comes to Unbound from Bonfire Interactive which was acquired and taken public by GTY Technology. Michael brings with him over 20 years of software sales and executive management experience having led his last six firms through either successful acquisition or IPO including WatchDox (acquired by IBM), Watchfire (acquired by Blackberry) and Delano Technology.
VP R&D and Co-founder
Guy Peer is the Co-founder and VP R&D for Unbound Security. Guy has 20 years of experience in variety of technologies and areas – and 15 years of experience in management of small to very large development teams. For the past 10 years, Guy has been focused on the security industry, and held management roles at Sapiens and SafeNet. He is an expert on encryption and key protection.