Monday, March 17, 2014

The Cloud Is Safe, But Not For Everything

Google, Microsoft agree: Cloud is now safe enough to use | Security & Privacy - CNET News: "....The panelists did acknowledge some limitations amid their otherwise enthusiastic endorsement of the cloud. "It's not an all-or-nothing strategy," Feigenbaum said. He described three kinds of data that most companies produce: public data, sensitive data, and top secret data. The first two, he said, are acceptable for the cloud, but things like system requirements and public infrastructure should be kept off the cloud for now. Potential data guidelines notwithstanding, the panelists also agreed that the onus is on companies that offer cloud services to make them more trustworthy. . . ."

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