Aberdeen Group analyst Jim Hurley will talk through the implications of vendor consolidation in the security industry at the RSA 99 Data Security Conference & Exposition in San Jose, California on Wednesday.
Aberdeen believes it is IT managers who are setting the agenda rather than IT suppliers, and Hurley will argue the case published in a recent report, 'Cyberwalls: network security for an interconnected world'.
Also at RSA, Intel said it will incorporate encryption capabilities into future chips and systems. Different countries have very different policies on encryption and Intel may build chips that can be electronically reprogrammed with different encryption strengths after they are built, alleviating some of the political concerns about highn level security.
HP?s Versecure system is already exported with encryption that is activated at a later date to accommodate changing government regulations - the company is expected to announce approval to export the technology to nine new countries, on top of the seven announced last year.
Source: VNU Newswire
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