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London: Venafi, the leader in enterprise key and certificate management (EKCM) solutions, is presenting with Forrester Research, Inc. and Deloitte, at an educational summit regarding cyber security market trends and analysis, and will provide insights that significantly reduce the likelihood of data breaches and failed audits.

 

The summit, hosted at Deloitte’s London offices on Wednesday, 28th November, will discuss industry best practices and provide a useful guide to assessing IT security and audit risks. The afternoon will feature presentations from Deloitte on Cyber Security, Risk Management & Assurance and Venafi entitled Next-Generation Access Controls: Effective Encryption & Compliance Controls.

Special guest, John Kindervag, Principal Analyst of Forrester Research, Inc., will present on Ubiquitous Encryption and Emerging Threats, and cover key information from Forrester’s recent research report, “Kill Your Data To Protect It From Cybercriminals.”

Speaking about the conference, Gregory Webb, Vice President of Marketing at Venafi said: “In a high-risk, cloud-powered, bring-your-own-device (BYOD) world, organisations are unprepared to handle the compliance risks and threats inherent with so many networked systems, applications and devices. Much like IDs and passwords, applications rely on encryption to protect data and authenticate systems, yet most companies lack comprehensive inventories of their trust instruments and can’t ensure proper controls, access or segregation of duties.”

The event will take place on Wednesday, 28th November.