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HP knows its cloud services won't beat AWS, Google and Azure, but its hardware can play an important role in the cloud.
In this SearchSecurity.com Q&A, security management pro Mike Rothman discusses the differences between SAS70 and ISO 27001 certifications, and offers advice on how to migrate from one to the other.
As cloud platforms mature and become more mainstream, on-the-fence Microsoft users are taking another look at adopting them.
Although Amazon completed the comprehensive SAS 70 Type II audit which reviews policies, security and practices, analysts say it won't quell potential buyers' concerns unless Amazon releases the report.
In this SearchSecurity.com Q&A, security management expert Mike Rothman highlights the differences between an SAS 70 Level 1 audit and a Level 2 audit.
Learn what the difference is between an SAS 70 data center and a Tier III data center and the strengths and weaknesses of each in this response from security management expert Mike Rothman.
Most insider attacks to enterprises are accidental, not intentional. SANS Faculty Senior Fellow Eric Cole, Ph.D., explains why security awareness training isn't enough to stop these threats.