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Vormetric to Present Data Security Strategies at UP 2012 Cloud Computing Conference

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WHO:

     

Ashvin Kamaraju, vice president of product development at Vormetric, Inc. Mr. Kamaraju is an expert in security, encryption, file systems, volume managers, storage, clustering and replication. He has held executive technology management positions with Symantec and Sun Microsystems where he contributed to the Solaris operating system. Mr. Kamaraju has a Master’s degree in Chemical Engineering and a Master’s degree in Mathematics and Computer Science from the University of Cincinnati.

 

WHAT:

Information security is no longer confined to the data center. With the advent of virtualization and cloud computing, security must be able to follow data where ever it goes. Meanwhile enterprises must maintain visibility, custodianship, and policy enforcement across all three of today’s IT infrastructures. In this session, “Brave New World: Encryption and the Cloud,” Mr. Kamaraju will explain how encryption and key management are making cloud data security a reality across data center, virtual and cloud environments. He will present best practices for protecting sensitive structured and unstructured data, and explain:

 

-- Why security is no longer a barrier to moving data to the cloud.

 

-- How encryption can be remotely applied to data in any cloud environment, including PaaS, IaaS, and SaaS.

 

-- How to create and enforce access control policies, maintain separation of duties, and centralize key management for datacenter, virtual and cloud environments.

 

WHERE:

UP 2012 Cloud Computing Conference,

 

South San Francisco Conference Center, Room G.

 

WHEN:

Wednesday, December 12, 2012 at 4:45 PM PST
 

HOW:

To schedule a conversation with Mr. Kamaraju, contact Marc Gendron at [email protected] or 781-237-0341. To register for the conference visit: http://bit.ly/Sps1MS

About Vormetric
Vormetric (@Vormetric) is the leader in data security for physical, virtual and cloud environments. Some of the largest and most security conscious organizations and government agencies in the world, including 16 of the Fortune 25, have standardized on Vormetric solutions to provide strong, easily manageable data security. Vormetric Data Security products provide a single, manageable and scalable solution to manage any key and encrypt any file, any database, any application, anywhere it resides— without sacrificing application performance and avoiding key management complexity. Vormetric technology has previously been selected by IBM as the database encryption solution for DB2 and Informix on LinuxTM, Unix® and Windows; and by Symantec to provide the Symantec Veritas NetBackupTM Media Server Encryption Option. For more information, visit www.vormetric.com.

Vormetric is a trademark of Vormetric, Inc. All other names mentioned are trademarks, registered trademarks or service marks of their respective owners.

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