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Press Release

PKWARE CTO to Present Data Security Best Practices at Secure360 Conference on Tuesday, May 17

MILWAUKEE, WI (May 16, 2016) –

WHAT: Information risk management and security professionals gathering at the Secure360 Conference will have the opportunity to hear Joe Sturonas, PKWARE chief technology officer speak on encryption and data security in his presentation: “Encryption Doesn’t Always Protect Your Data.”

A 25-year veteran of the commercial software industry, Sturonas will expose the gaps that exist with today’s current security mindset that focuses on protecting a network or device without aligning risk, reputations and revenue where it matters most – the data.

Sturonas will dive into the latest tools and techniques to bridge the divide in today’s computing model. Within his presentation, he will demonstrate how professionals can focus on the data itself, regardless of the file format, data origin or compliance standard.

Secure360 is the premier educational conference in the Upper Midwest focusing on the governance, risk and compliance, information security, physical security, business continuity management, and professional development. To view the full schedule of events at Secure360, visit: Secure360.

To join the conversation on Twitter with @PKWARE and @Secure360, use the hashtags: #Sec360 and #Sec360TC.

WHO: Joe Sturonas, chief technology officer, PKWARE .

WHEN: Tuesday, May 17, 2016
4:15 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.

WHERE: St. Paul RiverCentre
Room 13
175 W Kellogg Blvd
St. Paul, MN 55102