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Securing Tomorrow, Today: The Benefits and Best Practices of Quantum-Safe Encryption with Secret Server (EMEA)

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Quantum computers exist today but are still not powerful enough to break today's encryption, but it is only a matter of time.  Bad actors are planning and preparing. Are you? Harvest now, decrypt later attacks are happening, and organizations that have unsecured high-value data are at risk.

Join us to gain a better understanding of the dangers quantum computing poses now, the benefits of quantum-safe encryption, and how Secret Server is mitigating your risk in a post-quantum era today. Secret Server is the first Privileged Access Management vault to deliver quantum-safe encryption to ensure organizations are secure today and tomorrow.  

Don’t miss the opportunity to learn how easy it is to add quantum-safe encryption to your highly sensitive secrets. Our expert panel will discuss quantum-safe encryption best practices and NIST recommendations, show you a live demo of QuantumLock, and answer your questions. 

Who should attend: 

  • PAM experts 
  • PAM and IAM teams
  • Security architects
  • IT operations: Systems administrators, help desk teams, infrastructure management, workstation management, etc.
  • Cyber risk managers
  • Compliance and audit teams 
  • U.S. Federal agencies and contractors
  • Delinea customers

Get answers to these important questions. 

  • What is Secret Server QuantumLock? 
  • What is quantum-safe encryption?
  • What are the recommended best practices for protecting your privileged accounts with quantum-safe encryption? 
  • How does Secret Server leverage NIST recommendations to deliver quantum-safe protection? 
  • Who is impacted by Executive Order 14028 

What will I learn: 

  • How easy it is to protect highly sensitive secrets with quantum-safe encryption.
  • If other algorithms like AES and RSA quantum are safe.
  • Who should be leveraging it now and who should make sure it is on your roadmap.
  • How to classify your credentials.
  • Which cryptography is most at risk and how safe is the encryption I am using today.


Neil Karnik
Neil Karnik has over 25 years of product and project management experience leading all phases of diverse technology projects and SDLC (Software Development Life Cycle) with a focus on Security, Governance, and PAM. At Delinea, Neil managed multiple products and is currently responsible for the Secret Server product line in developing the product strategy, long-term vision, and roadmap.