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Building Cloud Immune Systems with Security Services – February 12 webinar

by Dan Blum  |  January 25, 2013  |  Submit a Comment

This is the link to my upcoming webinar on February 12

 Building Cloud Immune Systems with Security Services

Abstract: Cyber-attacks, malware, and data leakage constantly threaten IT. Cloud-based security services are key to the future of defense, but providers must continually improve just to run in place.

Discussion topics

·         What is the outlook for security services in the cloud?

·         Why do cloud services need increased information sharing to preserve protection?

·         How can the industry improve threat intelligence and security information sharing?

I hope to  update this post soon with a more substantive discussion of what the presentation covers, but for now, I encourage those interested to go to the link and put it on your calendars.

Thanks as always for visiting my blog



Dan Blum
Research VP
19 years at Gartner
33 years IT industry

Dan Blum, a VP and distinguished analyst, covers security architecture, cloud-computing security, endpoint security, cybercrime/threat landscape, and other security technologies. Mr. Blum has written hundreds of research… Read Full Bio

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