HOB to Discuss Random Numbers as the Key to Security at RSA 2016
|WHO:||Aidan Gogarty, Technology Evangelist at HOB, Inc.|
|WHAT:||In a Sponsor Special Topics session at RSA 2016, Aidan Gogarty will deliver, "Random Numbers—The Key to Security." This presentation will examine the security benefits of incorporating random numbers into encryption methods and advise industry players how to best generate the random numbers for their individual security needs.|
|WHY:||Overall security depends on keeping data secure, so that even if system compromise occurs hackers cannot obtain confidential and valuable information. If hackers cannot access data, they are less likely to expend time and effort searching for system vulnerabilities or entry points. The key to data security is an encryption method that uses random numbers. Attendees will learn how and why entropy is used in encryption and how to apply these practices to their enterprise security programs.|
|WHEN:||March 3, 2016, 9:10 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.|
|WHERE:||RSA 2016, North Room 131 at the Moscone Center|
|747 Howard Street, San Francisco|
HOB is a mid-sized company, developing innovative and multiply rewarded software solutions that are marketed worldwide. The core competencies of the successful company HOB, founded in 1964, comprise server-based computing, secure remote access, VoIP and virtualization. HOB products are deployed in small, mid-sized and large enterprises. Further, some HOB products are certified according to Common Criteria EAL 4+ by the German Federal Office for Information Security. HOB remote access solutions received the quality mark from TeleTrust "IT Security Made in Germany."
CONTACT: Emily Altimari at UPRAISE Marketing and Public Relations for HOB, 630-442-8770 and email@example.com.