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A Cloud Security Bill of Rights

A Live Webinar by Chris Hoff (@Beaker) and CloudSwitch

Cloud security remains a top concern for enterprise cloud deployments. Corporate IT and security teams hesitate to put applications and data outside their firewalls, and worry that the cloud is still too risky for large-scale adoption.

It’s time for the cloud industry to step up and meet enterprise requirements. Customers have the right to demand a safe environment for their apps and data. Cloud providers and their technology partners need to give customers the same security and control they already expect internally so they can use the cloud without risk or constraints.

Join Chris Hoff, cloud evangelist and well-known security expert, as he shares his thoughts on where cloud security stands today – and where it needs to be. Chris will explore emerging industry standards and what enterprises should expect and demand from their providers. John Considine, CTO of CloudSwitch, will present market-leading technology that moves the state of cloud security to the next level. Chris and John will highlight best practices and real-world examples of how enterprise customers are extending corporate security into public and private clouds.

Presenters:
Chris Hoff, Security Strategist, Architect, CISO and Evangelist/Prophet – by day, Senior Director & Security Architect at Juniper Networks
John Considine, Founder & CTO, CloudSwitch

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Ellen Rubin is the CEO and co-founder of ClearSky Data, an enterprise storage company that recently raised $27 million in a Series B investment round. She is an experienced entrepreneur with a record in leading strategy, market positioning and go-to- market efforts for fast-growing companies. Most recently, she was co-founder of CloudSwitch, a cloud enablement software company, acquired by Verizon in 2011. Prior to founding CloudSwitch, Ellen was the vice president of marketing at Netezza, where as a member of the early management team, she helped grow the company to more than $130 million in revenues and a successful IPO in 2007. Ellen holds an MBA from Harvard Business School and an undergraduate degree magna cum laude from Harvard University.