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Press Release

PKWARE CTO to Present on Mainframe Management at CA World ‘17

Information technology and security professionals gathering at CA World ’17 from November 13-16, 2017 will have the opportunity to hear Joe Sturonas, PKWARE chief technology officer, speak on encryption and data security in the following presentations: "You Want Me to Put a Digital Certificate Where? Digital Certificates and the Mainframe" and "Cybersecurity and Regulatory Compliance, and the Latest Approaches to Improving Your Data Privacy Posture."

A 25-year veteran of the commercial software industry, Sturonas will host a session to provide an overview of the cryptography foundation of digital certificates, with a look into keys and encryption and key pairs, managing the key store, reporting, and the true lifecycle management of the certification environment.

Sturonas will also join a panel of cybersecurity experts to discuss data privacy regulations and standards. To improve the protection of your most sensitive business assets you must consider the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS), EU-US Privacy Shield, Sarbanes-Oxley and more. The reality is, the mainframe continues to store the majority of the world’s corporate data, and not many know where the data is, let alone know how to facilitate regulatory compliance. This panel will explore the relationship between mainframe data and industry regulations, what is needed to comply with each and how enterprise-wide data security simplifies regulatory compliance while improving data privacy.

CA World gathers over 5,000 IT peers for four days of more than 400 empowering sessions on DevOps, Security, Agile Management, Mainframe and more, as well as hands-on labs, product roadmaps, live demonstrations and one-on-one technical meetings.

To join the conversation on Twitter with @PKWARE and @CAWorld, use the hashtag: #CAWORLD.


Joe Sturonas, Chief Technology Officer, PKWARE
Joe Sturonas serves as the Chief Technology Officer at PKWARE Inc., a global leader in data security. Having worked at PKWARE for more than 12 years, Sturonas’ role sees him heading PKWARE’s product development including: software engineering, documentation, quality assurance and technical support. Sturonas’ work with 9 of the top 10 global banks and with 200 government agencies has led him to find extensive solutions in encryption, compliance, data security and data center optimization. Within his 25-year-long career, Joe previously held roles at Premonition, Spirian, OneNetPlus, Comdisco and Baxter Healthcare. Joe holds a Bachelor’s degree from Miami University and a Master’s of Science degree in Computer Science from DePaul University.


Session: You Want Me to Put a Digital Certificate Where? Digital Certificates and the Mainframe
Monday, November 13, 2017
3:30-4:30 p.m. PT

Panel Discussion: Cybersecurity and Regulatory Compliance, and the Latest Approaches to Improving Your Data Privacy Posture
Thursday, November 16, 2017
2:30-3:15 p.m. PT


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