Finding Privacy and Trust in the Cloud

As organizations turn to the cloud to improve efficiency and reduce costs, information security professionals struggle to gain assurance that their organization’s data is secure. As sensitivity to privacy heightens following revelations about government surveillance, companies can’t afford to risk their critical information assets. The increased scrutiny has placed pressure on cloud providers to provide assurance around their ability to protect data. 

This session advises information security professionals about the questions they should be asking in order to find privacy and trust in the cloud.


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Jeremy Bergsman

Managing Director, IT Practice, CEB

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Philip Casesa

Director of Service Operations ISC(2)

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Stephen Pritchard

Freelance Writer, Infosecurity Magazine

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Paul Simmonds

CEO Global Identify Foundation

John Skipper

PA Consulting Group

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