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Encryption – Questions you’re too scared to ask

Date: November 4, 2019
Start Time: 8:00 am
End Time: 10:30 am
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Cost: Free Event


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Start Time:8:00 am
End Time: 10:30 am


On the morning of 4th November 2019 Come and join Comsure, its speaker Ricky Magalhaes [] and its guests at a complimentary [FREE] event that will allow you to learn about encryption of data methods and also consider a SWOT analysis of some of the most popular solutions on the market.

Please note place are limited so please book as early as possible – once we are full we will close the registration


• Even during the Roman Empire, encryption was used by Julius Caesar to make letters and messages unreadable to the enemy.
• This played an important role and was used as a military tactic, especially during wars.

TODAY - 2019

• You know how they say: “He who has the information has the power”?
• Information is one of the most valuable things in our lives.
• The emergence of global computer networks has made it easy for individuals and organisations to access any information in just a few clicks.
• Without proper security measures, the ease and speed of access to data via computer networks caused significant threats to data security.


• As the possibilities of the Internet continue to grow, more and more transactions are conducted online.
• The most important among them are Internet banking, online payments, email services, private and service message exchange, etc.
• All of them involve the exchange of confidential data and information. If this data falls into the wrong hands, it can harm the entire online business system.
• To prevent this risk from happening, network security measures are adopted to protect the transfer of personal data.
• The main one being the process of data encryption and decryption, known as cryptography.


• Cryptography is the science of securing data. It is designed to solve four crucial security issues —

  • confidentiality,
  • authentication,
  • integrity and
  • control over the participants.
    • Encryption is the conversion of data into an unreadable form with the help of encryption-decryption keys.
    • Encryption allows you to ensure confidentiality, keeping information secret from those not entitled to see it.


• There are three main encryption methods used in systems today: hashing, symmetric and asymmetric encryption.


• Comsure’s expert speaker Ricky Magalhaes [] will discuss each of these types of encryption in greater detail that will allow delegated to learn about encryption of data methods and also consider a SWOT analysis of some of the most popular solutions on the market.

Event details

• 4th November 2019
• Royal yacht hotel
• The Royal Yacht
• Weighbridge,
• St Helier
• Jersey, CI
• JE2 3NF


• 08.00 registration
• 08.00-8.30 light breakfast and networking
• 08.30 start
• 10.15 questions
• 10.30 finish