Data security is precious enough when it's sitting in your office, so what's the best way to maintain security standards once you migrate to the cloud? From this radio show, you'll learn:
How much it costs to secure your cloud (and how much more it will cost if you don't)
Where to build security into your cloud plan
The security mistakes most cloud adopters make
Whether it is possible to be really secure in a BYOD environment
Esteban Gutierrez is a member of Intel Information Risk and Security (IIRS). He works on information security risks related to Intel’s External Presence and Cloud environments. He is also active in the development and deployment of cloud, virtualization, and enterprise security strategy for Intel IT. Throughout his career, he’s focused on security issues involving networking, UNIX, DMZs, and Internet connectivity for large enterprise networks. Prior to Intel, Esteban managed network operations and security centers for DOD enterprise networks, and has also worked in e-commerce environments. He has been with Intel since 2005 and lives in Portland, Ore.
Michael Elliott is an enterprise cloud evangelist at Dell with more than 20 years of enterprise technology experience. In this capacity, he consults with companies throughout North America on their cloud architecture, and he represents Dell at industry conferences. Elliott started his career as a mainframe programmer for General Electric and held the role of adjunct professor of marketing at the University of Akron. He has a mathematics degree from the University of Cincinnati and an MBA from Pennsylvania State University. View his blog at http://elliottmichael.com.
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