What: Attendees of the Aug. 5-7 Flash Memory Summit will learn how to use standards-based encrypting solid state disk (SSD) drives to protect against data loss and theft.
Trusted Computing Group storage and security experts will participate in two sessions:
Matt Pujol, Hitachi Data Systems, will address “Enterprise Data Erasure” and Wei-Ti Liu, LucidPort, will talk about “How to Secure Storage Devices.” Walt Hubis will discuss “The Impact of Emerging Storage Security Standards on Solid State Storage”, followed by Michael Willett on the topic of “Solid State Drives with Self Encryption: Solidly Secure”. Xinmiao Zhang, SanDisk, will address “VLSI Architectures for the AES Algorithm” followed by Hiroshi Watanabe, visiting scholar, MIT.
When: Tues., Aug. 5, Security Track Sessions 103-A, 3:15, and 104-A, Security in a Flash, 4:25 p.m. (http://www.flashmemorysummit.com/English/Conference/Program.html)
Where: Flash Memory Summit, Santa Clara Convention Center
The Flash Memory Summit program is designed to provide attendees with practical information on the current state of flash memory and its applications. The Summit Program consists of an all-day tutorial, panel discussions, keynotes, paper sessions, workshops and special sessions.
Website: To get more info or to register for the Flash Memory Summit, go to http://www.flashmemorysummit.com.
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