Posted 5.17.13
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Encryption at the Hardware and Storage Level

We’ve got three webinars lined up for the month of June with IT security professionals to help educate you and take your questions about encryption.

For the first one of the series, join Chris Heuman, Practice Leader for RISC Management and Consulting for a discussion on the value of encryption for HIPAA, PCI and many other regulatory frameworks and the successful components of a data security program that integrates encryption. Find out how you can sign up online for Encryption – Perspective on Privacy, Security & Compliance.

The second in the encryption webinar series features Mark Stanislav, Security Evangelist at Duo Security as he discusses encryption for Linux, and Farooq Ahmed, Software Development Manager of Online Tech who will cover encryption for Windows. Sign up for Encryption at the Software Level: Linux and Windows.

For the third and final encryption webinar, join Steve Aiello, Systems Support Manager at Online Tech for a presentation on encryption at the hardware and storage level.

Title: Encryption at the Hardware and Storage Level
When: Tuesday, June 25, 2013 @2PM ET
Register: Find the GoToMeeting link at our website.
Description: Join Steve Aiello, Systems Support Manager at Online Tech for an informative webinar on encryption at the hardware and storage level.  Steve will discuss how encryption can be applied at various levels from the hardware and storage perspective. Impacts on performance, backup, security, and available resources may suggest very different encryption implementations.

This webinar explores the variety of places where encryption can be employed to mitigate risk of data loss or breach, and some of the considerations for choosing the most appropriate method to employ.

Steve Aiello, Systems Support Manager, Online Tech
Steven Aiello is a Systems Support Manager with Online Tech, the Midwest’s premier managed data center operator. His certifications include CISSP (Certified Information System Security Professional), ISACA CISA, VMware VCP ( VMware Certified Professional), Cisco CCNA ( Cisco Certified Network Associate), Comptia Security+, and Certified Incident Responder (New Mexico Tech).

Steve is also presenting at Security B-Sides Detroit on securable infrastructures, June 7-8. Security B-Sides is a grassroots, DIY, open security conference bringing together a large number of IT and security professionals. Learn more about the event in Online Tech Presents on IT Security at Detroit B-Sides Security Conference.

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