Information Systems Security Association, Inland Empire Chapter

Too Many Encryption Keys

Presented by Brian Tokuyoshi, Symantec on Tuesday, August 31, 2010 from 11:30am - 1:30pm.

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In the effort to meet compliance goals and to encrypt more information, companies are deploying a greater number of encryption products. However, as many companies are discovering, the inconsistencies of tools and policies for managing encryption keys are creating a growing administrative problem. Could the deployment of too many encryption products and the lack of centralized policy increase the risk of data loss?

In this session, learn about the ins & outs of key management. Brian will discuss the problem of too many encryption keys, dig into the architectures behind enterprise key management, and go over strategies to get the problem under control for better centralized management in the future.


Brian Tokuyoshi is a Senior Product Marketing Manager for Symantec (formerly PGP), where he is responsible for encryption management. He has 15 years of expertise in data encryption, identity management, smart cards and enterprise messaging. Previously, Brian worked at ActivIdentity, where he oversaw the smart card management and strong authentication solutions. In addition, Brian worked as Sun Microsystems and the Radicati Group as a market analyst.


Students $15 $15
Members $20 $25
Non-Members$25 $30

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