GlobalSign Webinar - Behind the Endpoint: Authentication Solutions for Enterprises & Channel Partners
Securing the modern enterprise is no easy feat. Between distributed workforces, BYOD policies, and astronomical increases in data to manage and secure, today’s IT teams have a lot on their plates. It’s these endpoints and connections which are powering our everyday communications and driving business transformation. It’s not an overstatement to say our future is dependent on the stability and safety of these systems.
At GlobalSign it is our mission to provide fast-growing enterprises and channel partners around the world the tools they need to authenticate endpoints and secure their most critical connections and transactions. This year marks our 25th anniversary as a web security provider and Certificate Authority. There’s a reason thousands of companies have made the choice to utilize GlobalSign for their enterprise identity management and channel offerings over the past two and a half decades.
In this 45-minute session, John Murray (Vice President, Sales – Americas) and Frank Romito (Director, Service Provider Sales – Americas) walk you through our robust portfolio of enterprise and channel partner solutions, which cover a wide range of use cases: from technology to automate and manage certificate lifecycles, to digital signing, email security, multi-factor authentication, and more.
Live Webinar: The New Era of Cryptography
Date: November 27th 2020 at 11:15 (CET)
Information security is practiced for centuries and all along one of the most powerful tools, to keep sensitive information from prying eyes, has been encryption. Seemingly unexciting on the surface, encryption (or lack thereof) has critically influenced the outcome of many wars, revolutions and political plots.
From the start of the 21st century we are once again looking at encryption technology capable of revolutionizing information security. The webinar will grant insight into the role of cryptography in worlds history, the coming Quantum revolution and the state of technology.
Key takeaway points:
- What is Cryptography
- History of Cryptography
- Post-quantum developments and progress