by Diana Kelley of Security Curve
Cloud services and virtualization are driving significant shifts in IT spending and deployments. While the public IT cloud has a silver lining for many adopters, it isn’t without drawbacks, especially in regards to data protection. This white paper will cover how data-centric encryption secures your data across all computing platforms and operating systems and works within a private, public or hybrid cloud computing environment.
About Diana Kelley: Diana Kelley has extensive experience delivering strategic, competitive knowledge to large corporations and security software vendors. She was Vice President and Service Director for the Security and Risk Management Strategies (SRMS) service at Burton Group, the Executive Security Advi-sor for CA’s eTrust Business Unit, and a Manager in KPMG’s Financial Services Consulting organization.