Games of Keys and Clouds: Finding a (Nash) Equilibrium of Trust - STAR-303

Robert Griffin, Chief Security Architect, RSA, The Security Division of EMC

As enterprises look to move their production workloads into the public and hybrid clouds, encryption is critical to ensuring the confidentiality and integrity of their data. But what happens with the keys? Does the enterprise continue to maintain sole control of them? This session explores strategies for the relationship of keys and clouds and what game theory can say about those strategies.

Dr. Robert W. Griffin is Chief Security Architect at RSA, the Security Division of EMC, where he is responsible for technical architecture and strategy. He is particularly active in RSA’s initiatives regarding the intersection of big data and security, including participating in both industry and academic research in the area. He represents EMC in several standards organization, including as co-chair of the OASIS Key Management Interoperability Protocol (KMIP) technical committee. Mr. Griffin has 30 years of experience in identity management, security strategy, corporate governance, business process transformation and software development. He is a frequent speaker at many professional and industry conferences and has instructed courses within both professional and university settings.

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Robert Griffin Chief Security Architect, RSA, The Security Division of EMC

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