Securing Cloud Environments: Four Data Encryption Best Practices to Help Reduce Your Risk
It’s critical to protect sensitive cloud-based data using encryption while it is being stored and to delete it securely at the end of its life cycle. But how can you do this if you don’t control the cloud instances or know where your data has been stored?
Encryption and key management is the answer, which is why organizations are adopting encryption at a rapid and increasingly urgent pace. Data encryption helps organizations support dynamic industry regulations while also protecting sensitive data that’s placed in the cloud.
Following four best practices can help you reduce the risk associate with cloud-based data, including:
- Constantly monitoring data
- Encrypting data, regardless of its location
- Managing encryption keys throughout the data life cycle
- Monitoring encryption keys
Join this webinar to learn more about the importance of data encryption and dig into these four best practices as well as learn how you can apply these best practices to your Cloud environments.
Product Manager, Encryption and Key Management