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The Evolution of On-Premise Cloud and Security


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Sponsored by Accurics

Tuesday, March 16, 2021
3 p.m. ET

While some organizations have been able to move to consuming purely public cloud services, most have used some mixture of running cloud services in their existing datacenter or running a private cloud in a public datacenter or cloud provider. While tools for securing cloud computing in general are new, securing “on-premise” cloud takes yet again a slightly different approach.

In this talk, John will cover the recent trends in hybrid, private, and on-premise cloud, as well as why these alternatives are drawing so much attention. In addition to talking about why these “non-public” forms of cloud computing are popular, John will discuss unique aspects of securing these platforms, what you should be considering before embracing non-public cloud, some easy techniques you should follow, and best security practices in private cloud computing.

John Kinsella
Chief Architect - Accurics
John Kinsella is the Chief Architect of Accurics, a provider of security and compliance tools for enterprises using cloud computing. Previously he was VP of Engineering for Qualys, one of the earliest cloud-based security companies, as well as co-founder and CPO of Layered Insight. His 20-year background focuses around application and network security, from initial design through business-critical production operations.

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