Can clouds ever be fully secure?
Cloud Security Alliance talks to El Reg
Interview Computerised clouds are often similar to their water vapour-based counterparts; they're amorphous in the middle, and often fluffy around the edges. That can spell problems for IT departments when securing their private clouds, and for public cloud providers when locking down theirs.
Danny Bradbury and Jim Reavis, executive director of the Cloud Security Alliance, explore the problems and potential solutions.
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