New HP Software community to help tackle cloud security and more

In a recent CIO.com and IDG survey on cloud computing, security was ranked as the biggest cloud computing barrier by far, with 71% of enterprises placing security among their top three concerns.  As with many early-stage architectural transformations (Web, SOA, etc.), the definitions and requirements of cloud computing are in flux. So, there is some confusion about cloud security risks and best practices.  However, there are some standard cloud implementation models that are used today. Each model presents unique security challenges.

 

On June 6, HP Software launches a new community, Discover Performance, developed for IT executives with content specifically designed for security professionals. Members will get the following benefits:

  • Ability to share security best practices and lessons learned with other security professionals
  • Exclusive access to expert advice and opinion from security analysts, thought leaders and peers
  • Inflexion, a bi-monthly online publication
  • Invitations to exclusive webinars and local events  

In fact, the inaugural edition of Inflexion includes a special article (Part one in a series) with focus on security for the cloud. This article analyzes the common models for adopting cloud services and explores high-level security concerns around each.  Be the first to learn about these key concerns and how to address them.  Join the community and receive the first edition of Inflexion.

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