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Securing the Private Cloud

October 25, 2012 No Comments

The rise of public cloud computing and its adoption by enterprises of all sizes is presenting challenges to professionals who are charged with the security of the organization’s data. One major issue is that individual departments and even employees can purchase public cloud services — often by using a corporate credit card — without the knowledge or oversight of the IT department. Such purchases can lead to significant governance challenges, introduce unknown risks, and even prevent the organization from meeting its statutory and regulatory compliance obligations.

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CLOUD COMPUTING, DATA and ANALYTICS , SECURITY

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