Security as a Service: Hope or Hype?

Larry Lange is a freelance writer on the business of technology and a contributor to Smart Enterprise magazine.

Larry Lange is a freelance writer on the business of technology and a contributor to Smart Enterprise magazine.LarryLange FINAL
There is clearly an upward trend of Security-as-a-Service (SaaS) technology meeting the challenges of security threats. Larry Lange in his Smart Enterprise blog, Security as a Service: Hope or Hype,” explains how organizations are carefully evaluating the risks involved with using third-party hosts.
He notes, for example, how Matthew Clark, Senior Director of IT at telecom provider Qualcomm in San Diego and Lina Liberti, VP, Security , CA Technologies are taking cautious approaches to cloud services. Read his blog here.

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