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The Physical Security Factor With Cloud Providers
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AKessler
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AKessler,
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2/4/2013 | 10:20:34 PM
re: The Physical Security Factor With Cloud Providers


It's
inevitable that enterprises will lose some degree of control when they move
data to the cloud, but the economics are enormously compelling; the key is to
mitigate business risk. From where I sit, it all comes down to putting in place
data security technologies that let enterprises secure even their most
sensitive data and gather the level of security intelligence necessary to let
them embrace the cloud with confidence. CISOs can maintain control of their
sensitive data - even in the cloud - if they put in place the appropriate
encryption, key management and privileged access controls and policies. Doing
this will protect them adequately against both insider threats and cloud
service provider snooping in ways that will accelerate cloud adoption.

Larry Seltzer - UBM Tech
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Larry Seltzer - UBM Tech,
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2/1/2013 | 1:02:14 PM
re: The Physical Security Factor With Cloud Providers
Amazing. I can only assume it's decrypted in on-board cache because you can't encrypt/decrypt one register at a time. I'll have to look them up at RSA in San Francisco later this month.


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