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JohnBarnes
JohnBarnes
4/4/2017 3:19:30 PM
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In the long run maximum vulnerability occurs where there are the most motivated attackers
So as things move to the cloud there are going to be more attacks; as security improves, the possible rewards of success and risks of getting caught will tip things toward other ways. We're probably coming up on a period slowly rising danger, to be followed by a period of slowly declining danger. Nothing we haven't all been through many times before in this goofy industry! Lagging behind that will be an era of "the sky is falling" journalism followed by an era of too-complacent "all's well" journalism.

One of those hightly predictable things.

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batye
batye
4/4/2017 1:25:24 AM
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Re: Better for Enterprise Cloud
@mhhf1ve I would say yes, but I would like to add with security - you could always lower security risk if you take calculated aproach... how I see it :) 

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mhhf1ve
mhhf1ve
4/3/2017 9:48:48 PM
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Re: Better for Enterprise Cloud
> "@mhhf1ve for me the biggest selling point is better security... "

I can't say I disagree. But I'm skeptical that there's any platform that is significantly more immune to malware or security risks than any other...? I suppose it can be argued that the "blame" can be shifted to another entity, but the risks are the same.

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dchampagne70
dchampagne70
4/2/2017 7:24:17 PM
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Enterprise Cloud
Pretty much all of us and huge organizations and they seem to be comfortable with it. There is still a lot that can be done and the vendors are always working to figure out everything that would make positive conflicts.  The vendors is always working to move licensing to be more satisfaction.

There are 3 main tenets with the cyber security, which are confidentiality, integrity, and availability.

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batye
batye
4/2/2017 3:20:14 PM
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Re: Better for Enterprise Cloud
@dcawrey yes, you are right, but Co. do tend overlook this problems trying to think it good enough... but most of the time it not...

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dcawrey
dcawrey
4/2/2017 3:17:59 PM
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Re: Better for Enterprise Cloud
Most organizations these days have seen huge cloud implementations, so I feel like they are a lot more comfortable with the idea. 

That said, there's still a lot to be done. Vendors are constantly working to figure out how to move from licensing to SaaS, and that's just a long process if you ask me. 

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batye
batye
4/2/2017 1:55:05 PM
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Re: Better for Enterprise Cloud
@mhhf1ve for me the biggest selling point is better security... as this days everyone talks about security... but we keep getting breaches more and more everywhere...

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clrmoney
clrmoney
3/31/2017 4:03:50 PM
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Platinum
Better for Enterprise Cloud
The three tenets of cyber security are confidentiality,integrity and availability is interesting and the advantages and disdvantages of enterpise cloud.The adavantages are reliablity and security and I think we all need that.

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