Five Cloud Security Trends for 2014

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As 2013 draws to a close, join Infosecurity magazine as we discuss the year that was and what may be in the world of cloud security. Among the topics we will cover are events over the past year that have impacted the cloud computing landscape – from regulations to revelations.

Edward Snowden and the NSA were not the only players of note in 2013, so join our panel of experts as they discuss the trends impacting this space, and what tools became available to security practitioners over the past year.

We will wrap up the session as our panel predicts what’s ahead for 2014, and the biggest trends in cloud security we can expect to unfold.


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Drew Amorosi

Deputy Editor, Infosecurity Magazine

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John Howie

Chief Operating Officer, Cloud Security Alliance

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CJ Radford

Vormetric, Vice President of Cloud

Jeff Spivey

International Vice President, ISACA

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