Clouds & Endpoints Targets for Hackers: Vendors doing enough?

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Ward Spangenberg, Director, Zynga Game Network; Dave Asprey, Trend Micro Becky Pinkard, The SANS Institute
Join Ward Spangenberg, Director of Security at Zynga Game Network; Becky Pinkard of SANS Institute and Dave Asprey of VP Cloud Security, Trend Micro as they critically evaluate if vendors are doing enough to prevent the threats from hackers in the cloud.
Dec 7 2010
45 mins
Clouds & Endpoints Targets for Hackers: Vendors doing enough?
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