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An InformationWeek Webcast:

Securing the Cloud: Extend the Benefits of Traditional IT Environments to Cloud

Duration: 60 Minutes

The cloud seems to be on everyone's mind these days. If you've been considering how to make the leap to cloud computing, you've also had to start thinking about how to extend security to this new technology environment.

Despite potential savings, concerns about security are one barrier to implementing cloud initiatives for many companies. Security challenges are familiar concerns to any IT manager—loss of data, threats to the infrastructure, and compliance risk. What's new is the way these types of threats play out in a cloud environment. At IBM, we strive to implement security controls that provide a wide range of protections while still enabling business operations.

Come learn about how control and oversight works within your company in the cloud, and how social business collaboration is supported across that boundary. Hear from our security experts on how to leverage IBM's unique position as a world-renowned security leader and trusted partner.

Featured Speakers
David J. McCluskey Sr.,
President,
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Rebecca Buisan Rebecca Buisan ,
Director of Product Management and Marketing, IBM Social Business Cloud
Dave Durazzano,
Program Director,
IBM Social Business Cloud
Gideon Sheps,
Worldwide Technical Solutions Executive, IBM SmartCloud for Social Business
Kurt Binnie,
Executive Director,
Information Services and Technology, Schulich School of Business
Mary Ellen Zurko,
Security Architect,
IBM Social Business Cloud


 
 

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