Protecting Your Classified Mobile Data with SED and FIPS Drives
October 18, 2012 at 01:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time
Event Description

As information storage consumption in the enterprise continues to grow, the ability to secure that data during all stages of a storage system’s lifecycle becomes increasingly critical. Seagate Technology addresses this storage need with the world's only Self-Encrypting Drive portfolio with FIPS-140-2 validation.

On this webinar, you’ll learn:

  • How FIPS 140-2 validated drives can protect classified data in mobile and field applications
  • The inner workings of a Self-Encrypting Drive (SED): Learn how Seagate’s technology can help prevent data breach in the case of computer loss or theft
  • What the government is saying about Instant Secure Erase (ISE) and how it can save your organization valuable time and money
  • The benefits of using hardware versus software encryption technologies
 If you have previously registered for this event, please login below:

Registration is required to attend this event. Please register now.
First Name*
Last Name*

Bob Ackerman – Editor in Chief, SIGNAL Magazine
Bob Ackerman has been the editor in chief of SIGNAL Magazine for more than 14 years. A seasoned technology journalist, Mr. Ackerman also has served as a war correspondent covering the Iraq War embedded with the U.S. Army's 101st Airborne Division. Prior to becoming SIGNAL's editor in chief, Mr. Ackerman served as the magazine's senior editor. He has been with SIGNAL Magazine for more than 25 years, during which he has written hundreds of feature articles and authored more than 200 columns and commentaries.

Guest Speakers:

Monty A. Forehand – Security Engineering Director, Seagate Technology
Monty Forehand is Director of Security Engineering at Seagate Technology, leading security products engineering, standards, certifications, and ecosystem development worldwide across all Seagate storage product lines. Monty joined Seagate in 1990 and has held various leadership, architecture, technology, design, and development engineering positions in 22 years at Seagate. Monty joined the emerging security products effort at Seagate in 2002 and led the product development of the first fully integrated self-encrypting drive (SED) products and the first FIPS 140-2 certified SED in the industry. Monty holds BS and MS Electrical and Computer Engineering degrees from Oklahoma State University and holds 12 patents and many in-process invention disclosures related to storage and storage security.

Howard Alexander – VP, Technology, Computech International
Howard Alexander, VP of Technology at Computech International (CTI) is responsible for all technological aspects of new and existing products, including mechanical, electrical and manufacturing aspects, component identification, product design and specification and documentation. Howard, who joined CTI in 2001, has over 45 years in the electronics/computer industry and has an extensive background in a variety of technologies. Howard is also a published technical writer in a variety of major publications.

You must have Javascript and Cookies enabled to access this webcast. Click here for Help.
Please enable Cookies in your browser before registering for the webcast.
*Denotes required.