The IEEE Key Management Summit brings together the top companies that develop cryptographic key management for storage devices with the standards organizations that make interoperability possible and the customers that rely on key management to secure their encrypted data.
With recent legislation, such as California's SB 1386 or Sarbanes-Oxley, companies now have to publicly disclose when they lose unencrypted personal data. To meet this new need for encryption, many companies have developed solutions that encrypt data on hard disks and tape cartridges. The problem is that these data storage vendors need a solution for managing the cryptographic keys that protect the encrypted data.
This summit aims to provide clarity to the key management by showing how existing products and standards organizations address the problem of interoperability and security.
KMS 2010 is co-located with the IEEE Mass Storage and Systems Technologies conference (MSST) in Lake Tahoe, Nevada on May 4-5, 2010.
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