Securing the Connected World – Detangling Encryption and Decryption


Duration: 25 mins
Arpana Sharma
Staff Engineer, Stryker

Privacy and security of the data will always be a top priority for any organization, more so in a connected world. With the advent of IoT and Microservices, security has become an even more complex challenge. Join me in this talk to understand and discuss the steps one can take in securing the data during exchange specifically on confidentiality and integrity fronts. We’ll also discuss the use of Symmetric and Asymmetric keys, their association, and specific use cases. We all live in a connected world wherein data communication has no language barriers, the aim of this talk is to focus on security aspects taking into account the language-neutral outlook.

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