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Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols: The CIA and the cloud

Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols | April 23, 2013
Get this: The CIA sees the cloud as being more secure than conventional IT.

As Mark Gilmore, president and co-founder of Wired Integrations, a California-based technology consulting firm, recently observed, if your "people fail to meet security standards, such as using complex passwords, and leave machines running for days on end, the likelihood of intrusion is going to increase and eventually resources will be hacked." In short, security basics remain the same, whether you use cloud-based systems or have an in-house client/server setup.

The Company knows that, and so should your company.


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