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5/12/2015
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10 Security Questions To Ask A Cloud Service Provider

Help the business assess the risks of cloud services with these handy questions.
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6/17/2015 | 2:10:11 PM
Re: I REALLY HATE these click through articles
Ditto! Plus the same video advertisment is repeated with every click. I understand why its called Dark reading since the info here is not easy to read.
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6/16/2015 | 5:20:16 AM
Re: I REALLY HATE these click through articles
Nice informative article
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Charlie Babcock,
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5/13/2015 | 3:13:51 PM
Know where your data resides
No. 7, "Where do the servers, processes, and data physically reside?" It's pretty clear this is important when cross the border between France and Germany or when crossing the ocean from the U.S. to the U.K. What's more subtle is when you think your data resides in a data center in one state and it's actually been moved to a center in another state without your knowledge. If there's a breach, the rules of reporting that prevail in one state might be much more stringent in the next, and your notification plan may suddenly be out of date. Of servers, processes and data, know where your data resides!
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ANON1252597614247,
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5/12/2015 | 10:01:17 AM
I REALLY HATE these click through articles
No more!

 

I refuse to read articles that require me to click through 10 or more screens. i am done!
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