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How to Take Full Advantage Of The Hardware Encryption Layer Of Windows 10 to Protect your Data
Full disk encryption only protects data when it is at rest. Learn how you can utilize the hardware encryption layer of most Windows 10 PCs in order to protect your organization’s sensitive data at all times.

Join thought leaders from Kanguru, the leading provider of encrypted USB drives, and Cigent, a pioneer in Zero Trust File Access Controls as they discuss the current threat landscape and effective strategies for protecting your Windows 10 data for compliance, work from home, and other security initiatives.

Topics Include:

- The limitations of full disk encryption and why it has a high failure rate

- Why any software based antivirus or encryption layer is inherently less secure than hardware based protections

- How to combine zero trust file access controls with encrypted disk partitions in order to protect sensitive data at all times, even if credentials are stolen

- How to make self encrypting drives “threat aware” and integrate them with threat intelligence from your existing antivirus and EDR software and other threat sensors

Aug 12, 2020 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Dave Wolf
VP Product Management @Cigent Technology
Dave has over 25 years of experience in development and product leadership delivering new and innovative solutions that drive growth and delight customers. Prior to Cigent, Dave held senior leadership positions at both large enterprises and startups including Oracle, Computer Associates, Fidelity Investments, mValent and Cendura.
Nate Cote
EVP of Product Management @Kanguru
Nate Cote is EVP of Product Management at Kanguru and has over 20 years of experience driving their product development and solutions strategy. Under Nate’s guidance, Kanguru has grown to become a market leader in the secure USB storage, remote management, and drive duplication segments.