Session 5836 – Encrypt everything without changing anything
With data breaches on the rise, pervasive encryption is one of the single most important techniques that organizations can use to mitigate the risk and reduce the costs associated with loss of data. The practice of implementing encryption can vary greatly from organization to organization. Organizations struggle with questions such as what data should be encrypted, where encryption should occur, and who should be responsible for encryption. In this session, Nick Sardino and Michael Jordan from IBM, along with Keith Perry from BKFS, will explore the critical role of pervasive encryption within the digital enterprise, and hear from a client about their challenges and how pervasive encryption on IBM z Systems helps them protect their data without the need for costly application changes.
Monday, March 20 at 3:15 p.m.