Cloud Security , Digital Identity , Encryption & Key Management

Take Control of Encryption in Azure Cloud with Double Key Encryption

Microsoft and Entrust on Protecting Your Most Sensitive Content in the Cloud

Enterprises are increasingly migrating workloads to cloud services for convenience, flexibility, and cost effectiveness. However, this practice requires organizations to give up some control.

To extend control and security over an organization's most sensitive data, double key encryption enables you to set additional levels of protection, control, and assurance.

Microsoft Double Key Encryption helps enterprises protects their most sensitive content in the cloud using a secondary key - much like a safe deposit box in a bank.

View this presentation with experts from Microsoft and Entrust and learn how to:

  • Deploy the principles of DKE to protect your most valuable assets
  • Protect highly sensitive data with Azure Information Protection (AIP) - specifically from third-parties
  • Ensure keys are generated and managed from a trusted, high assurance source
  • Deploy your organization’s Microsoft DKE instantiation underpinned by nShield HSMs

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Information Security Media Group

Information Security Media Group (ISMG) is the world's largest media company devoted to information security and risk management. Each of its 28 media sites provides relevant education, research and news that is specifically tailored to key vertical sectors including banking, healthcare and the public sector; geographies from North America to Southeast Asia; and topics such as data breach prevention, cyber risk assessment and fraud. Its yearly global summit series connects senior security professionals with industry thought leaders to find actionable solutions for pressing cybersecurity challenges.




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