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Dr. Vince Berk

Chief Strategy Officer, Quantum Xchange

Jim Kirklen

CipherInsights Product Manager, Quantum Xchange

On-Demand Webinar

How to Achieve Cryptographic Clarity and Comply with Leading Data Security and Privacy Standards

FISMA, HIPAA, SOX, PCI-DSS, H.R. 7535 the list goes on and on – each tethered by a common thread: proof of strong encryption.

Yet, enterprise cryptography is taken for granted – rarely evaluated or checked. So much so, that up to 80% of network traffic can have some defeatable flaw in its encryption. Our recent analysis of customer data showed that up to 92% of all traffic on a hospital network uses no encryption at all. Large, legacy systems are fraught with outdated cryptographic standards such as MD5, SHA-1, TLS 1.1, or SSL 3.0 in use years after they’ve been deemed unreliable. This common occurrence exposes data and communication networks to unnecessary risk and introduces vulnerabilities ready for exploitation by bad actors.

Join Quantum Xchange for an informative webinar on how to achieve full cryptographic clarity in minutes without breaking the bank.

See first-hand how Quantum Xchange’s new product CipherInsights can be used to:

  • Investigate cryptographic weaknesses throughout the enterprise.
  • Identify network security blind spots that other point-and-scan solutions miss.
  • Better manage third-party cryptographic risk, which can cost as much as $1B per incident.
  • Prioritize risk remediation based on a practical scoring system and within the zero-trust security framework.
  • Heed NIST guidance for a full inventory of cryptography across the organization.
  • Generate the continuous monitoring and reporting needed to meet regulatory requirements.
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