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Cloud Security Takes More Than Superficial Teamwork

February 15, 2011 No Comments

Doing business with a cloud provider necessarily means cooperating with a third party on some level in terms of data security. Sharing information does not come naturally to many security organizations, but working most effectively with a cloud provider requires a level of trust over and above what that organization has with other third parties. Successful strategies in the cloud will both trust and verify.

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