Bruce Schneier on security for cloud computing

Bruce Schneier on security for cloud computing

Bruce Schneier on security for cloud computing

Date: Apr 09, 2010

In part one of this interview with Bruce Schneier, he discusses the impending shift in how security will be delivered. Schneier expects security to be embedded in Web-based services and sold directly to service providers, rather than to enterprises and end users. This is a radical transformation for the security industry that security professionals must prepare for. Schneier also discusses consumerization and how traditional security technologies and services must adjust as more untrusted devices connect to trusted networks.

Watch part two of this interview: Bruce Schneier on cryptography and U.S. government infosec

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