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Mitigating Cyber Security Risk with Cloud Desktops

The use of cloud hosted virtual desktops as a tool of cyber defence is increasing, in this talk we will discuss how cloud desktops are used to mitigate the risk of cyber attack and increase the investigative and audit capabilities when attacks take place drawing on the experiences of more than two years of production deployment at the National Nuclear Security Administration.
Recorded Oct 17 2012 49 mins
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Guise Bule, CEO, tuCloud; Joey Peleg, CEO, Israeli Cyber Defense Institute
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