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The Cloudcast: Putting the Security Cart Before the App Horse

08.11.2012
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The Cloudcast (.net) #48 - Putting the Security Cart before the App Horse (37:09)

Date: August 9, 2012

By: Aaron Delp and Brian Gracely

Description: Aaron and Brian talk with Rand Wacker (@randwacker) VP of Product at CloudPassage, about putting security in the path of application deployment, security app stores, and the difference between private cloud and public cloud security.

Date: August 8, 2012
Guest: Rand Wacker (@randwacker) - VP of Product at CloudPassage

Description: Aaron and Brian talk with Rand Wacker (@randwacker) VP of Product at CloudPassage, about putting security in the path of application deployment, security app stores, and the difference between private cloud and public cloud security.

Brian goes on a rant about how discussions from “Security Professionals” seems to be like Groundhog’s Day - “Security isn’t explicitly called out in these requirements


Topic 1 - Why hasn’t this changed in the last 10+ years?

Topic 2 - What happened at DefCon 2012?

Topic 3 - What’s going on in the security world today? We’ve got mobile devices going between personal and work, workloads in both public and private clouds, massive botnets. Is it realistic for individual IT organizations to keep up?

Topic 4 - Let’s talk about what’s new at CloudPassage.

Topic 5 - What are you learning about the differences between providing security on-premise and security in a public cloud?
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