Cloud security needs its rainmaker

From Information Week (George Hulme)
The Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) made its inaugural splash at last week’s RSA Security Conference 2009 in San Francisco. The group kicked off an ambitious white paper [cloudsecurityalliance.org] that attempts to define everything from the architecture of cloud services to the impact of cloud services on litigation and encryption. It was a herculean effort to try to get this off the ground. And there is still much more work to do — especially in the one area the group left out.  Read the full story [informationweek.com]

From Information Week (George Hulme)

The Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) made its inaugural splash at last week’s RSA Security Conference 2009 in San Francisco. The group kicked off an ambitious white paper [cloudsecurityalliance.org] that attempts to define everything from the architecture of cloud services to the impact of cloud services on litigation and encryption. It was a herculean effort to try to get this off the ground. And there is still much more work to do — especially in the one area the group left out.  Read the full story [informationweek.com]

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