Webinar: How AWS encryption services keep data in transit safe

Wrap your assets up well before you send them on their journey

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Promo Like those in most organisations, you are probably savvy enough by now to have put in place strong security measures that keep your data safe from thieves and prying eyes wherever it is stored.

But are you aware that any data you send from your systems over the internet or to another network may not be quite so secure while it is in transit? Are you familiar with the security risks your valuable assets face once you’ve sent them on their way, and the precautions you can take to protect them?

If you are an Amazon Web Services (AWS) user, help is at hand. The cloud provider’s infrastructure provides integrated security and encryption services designed to protect any data that you send to another destination once it has left your systems.

Tune in to the webinar at 10am GMT on Thursday, 5 March to find out how these services work and how to implement them. AWS cybersecurity specialist Orlando Scott-Cowley will be there to outline some of the common dangers that data in transit can face and help you choose the AWS encryption options that are best suited to your organisation.

The webinar will delve into topics such as:

  • Why HTTPS (Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure) and TLS (Transport Layer Security) encryption have become so widely used on the internet
  • The main risks facing data in transit, and how you can learn to spot them
  • Best-practice in using encryption services
  • How to adopt the AWS integrated security and encryption services

You will need to register for the webinar right here.

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