NetApp Presents on Securing Encrypted Data at the IEEE Key Management Summit
Sunnyvale, Calif. September 16,
2008 - NetApp (NASDAQ: NTAP) technical experts will
present on key management implications as they apply to file
encryption at the IEEE Key Management Summit (KMS) in Baltimore,
Maryland on September 23-24, 2008. KMS 2008 is colocated with the
IEEE Mass Storage and Systems Technologies conference (MSST).
The IEEE Key Management Summit brings
together top companies that develop cryptographic key management
for storage devices and the customers that rely on key management
to secure their encrypted data. This summit aims to provide clarity
to key management by showing how existing products and standards
organizations address the problem of interoperability and
|| "Key Management in a
Global File Encryption Environment"
Enterprises often have very large geographically distributed
namespaces. This presentation will explore challenges in key
storage, organization, and distribution as they apply to data
protection, retention, and archiving of data held in these
repositories. For more information about this presentation, please
||Ravi Kavuri, senior technical
Subhash Sankuratripati, security architect, NetApp
Gaurav Agarwal, key management engineer, NetApp
||Tuesday, September 23, 2008
||4:00 p.m., Eastern Time
||Sheraton Inner Harbor
300 South Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21201
||For complete information or to
register for the event, please visit http://keymanagementsummit.com/2008/.
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