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Cloud Infographic: Risky Data

Cloud Infographic: Risky Data

Cloud Infographic: Risky Data Regulatory compliance and risk of a data breach are forcing financial institutions to implement more stringent policies and procedures. With the cost of a security breach far outweighing the cost of a solution, the benefits of Single Sign-On (SSO) and strong authentication are too significant to pass up. If you are

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3 Ways To Protect Your Financial Data

3 Ways To Protect Your Financial Data

3 Ways To Protect Your Financial Data Recent retail foibles have us all a bit on edge about our personal data. High-profile security breaches at Target and on SnapChat remind us it can happen anywhere, to anyone. It leaves us marveling a bit (not in a good way) at how a simple transaction can cause

How Can The Cloud Protect Us From Identity Theft?

How Can The Cloud Protect Us From Identity Theft?

How Can The Cloud Protect Us From Identity Theft? More than 600 million Internet users will store data on the cloud by the end of the year, techcrunch.com reports. If you’re using anything from online banking to iTunes, you’re using the cloud. Our business files have moved to the cloud, our audio and visual media

Making Cloud Adoption In China A Reality (In Spite of Data Privacy and State “Secret” Laws)

Making Cloud Adoption in China a Reality (In Spite of Data Privacy and State “Secret” Laws) Cloud computing has become a hot growth area in China, driven by both large-scale government initiatives and private investment. However, as alluring as the cloud is in China, for foreign firms trying to do business there, the uncertain legal

Laws And Regulations Governing The Cloud Computing Environment

Laws And Regulations Governing The Cloud Computing Environment Cloud computing technologies developed around them a complex legal and regulatory environment.  There are federal, international and even state laws that impose responsibilities to both cloud computing tenants and providers. Regardless of which side your business is on, you have to consider the legal issues, especially those