Disruptive Technology: How Businesses Are Adapting to AI, Blockchain, and IoT
Network security encompasses the security tools, policies, and techniques used to monitor, prevent, and respond to unauthorised network access. Having such a broad definition and, therefore, challenging approach, it is important that businesses know what key areas to focus on and what enterprise tech solutions they should look to to ensure appropriate, airtight protection.
Forming part of an exclusive three-part cybersecurity podcast series featuring Thales and our host Dr. Eric Cole, Founder and CEO of Secure Anchor Consulting, this first episode looks at data in motion and future-proofing from a quantum perspective. Dr. Eric speaks with Julian Fay, CTO at Senetas, a global partner of Thales. The pair explore the primary concerns of network security within the realm of data in motion with the help of key findings from Thales's latest global survey on the encryption of public/private networks. Julian additionally delves into the quantum-resistant network encryption solution and the future of security and encryption. The podcast ends with an examination of a real-world case study to tie everything together.
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