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NSA Data Collection Worrisome For Global Firms
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chetgrant
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7/17/2013 | 4:41:32 PM
re: NSA Data Collection Worrisome For Global Firms
Crypteron, I agree with what you are saying. These things all help. However, the problem I see is that, encrypted or not, they have your data. If they want it. With enough resources and the will....well, who knows. Is the public cloud really that compelling of an option? Why risk it?
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7/16/2013 | 8:10:06 PM
re: NSA Data Collection Worrisome For Global Firms
Snowden's disclosure of PRISM and NSA programs are shaking confidence in the public clouds. But software easily fixes this, strong data encryption can protect your information from unwanted access. We are seeing a huge inflow of customers asking for our cloud security software. Our military grade data encryption, authentication, and
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chetgrant,
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7/16/2013 | 2:37:48 PM
re: NSA Data Collection Worrisome For Global Firms
IMHO, for most intents and purposes, the Cloud for business is dead. Why risk it?


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