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Watch part two of our Road to 398 webinar series where we discuss best practices for certificate verification. During this 30-minute webinar, our verification expert shares tools and tips for verification processes that support reduced TLS/SSL certificate lifetimes and maintain compliance. Topics will cover: • Updates on CA/B Forum requirements for verification around shorter certificate lifetimes • Tools for renewing certificates in bulk with fewer touch points • Methodologies for streamlining certificate verification • What we've learned from our customers and how we've addressed it
The Ponemon Institute presents the findings of the 2022 Global Encryption Trends Study sponsored by Entrust.
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The use of encryption to protect sensitive data has never been higher, but deployment and management challenges abound in today’s multi-cloud world. The 2021 Global Encryption Trends Study, the most comprehensive encryption survey in the industry, highlights how organizations are managing encryption strategies in the face of changing regulations and evolving data security threats. Join Dr. Larry Ponemon, chairman and founder of the Ponemon Institute, and John Grimm, vice president of strategy and business development with Entrust, for an overview of key highlights of this just-released research, including: • Trends in encryption adoption and deployment • Evolving threats, drivers, and customer priorities • Methods of managing encryption and keys across multiple clouds • The increasing role of hardware security modules (HSMs)