After a long period as a fringe technology, cryptography has emerged as a vital tool to protect critical customer data and satisfy regulatory requirements. Of course, once you have that data protected, key management is a mandatory part of any security and operations strategy.
The Key Management Summit is the best place to learn about:
Where data security standards are going
What top encryption researchers envision for the future
The current state of the industry, with a focus on the cloud
The Summit will be a small gathering where attendees can have in-depth discussions with the leaders who are driving the standards, doing the research, and building the products. This year, the Summit will take place at Asilomar, a historic retreat center on the Monterey Bay, along the central California coast, with lodging and dining on site. Monterey, Carmel, and Pacific Grove are minutes away, and the dramatic Big Sur coast is a short drive south.
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A few of this year's speakers include:
Mathematician, National Institute for Standards and Technology,
Computer Security Division
Professor of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering,
Distinguished Professor Defense Analysis, Naval Postgraduate School
Director of Technical Strategy, Thales
Director of Solution Design at RSA, The Security Division of EMC and
co-chair, OASIS Key Management Interoperability Protocol (KMIP) TC
Analyst, Burton Group Security and Risk Management Strategies
VP Solution Strategy, SafeNet
We look forward to seeing you there.
Terence Spies (Chair), Matt Ball, Jon Geater and Jeff Stapleton
March 30-31, 2011
Cost: $295.00 for Early Bird registration - save $30.00!
Ends March 7th
Registration includes dinner and
1 standard room at Asilomar on 3/30/11 along with breakfast and lunch on 3/31/11
Asilomar Conference Grounds
800 Asilomar Avenue
Pacific Grove, CA 93950
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