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As Businesses Move Critical Data to Cloud, Security Risks Abound
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2/21/2019 | 8:33:11 AM
Advice from Woz
Steve Wozniak - the savant from Apple so long ago - said simply that there is "no security in the cloud."  There is none to the extent that the cloud is nothing really than a longer RJ-45 cable or Fibre or Wireless connection from systems to a "server" somewhere in the world that is managed by God knows who and unknown hands are on THAT keyboard doing whatever they want with the data.  It's FAR safer in a secure data center but going to the cloud means you can fire Data center staff, tear it apart as much as you can can to make a cafeteria out of the new space or coffee lounge for staff. 


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