11:11 Systems Director of Product Market Intelligence Brian Knudtson is joined by guests Vince Wood and Asaf Blubshtein for a conversation about the security implications of private cloud infrastructure. They discuss the inherent security of having your own cloud, how it contrasts with public cloud, and if community cloud can be a good middle ground. It’s not hard to be secure in any cloud if you plan ahead and know your business needs.
[02:53] Vince, is a third party private cloud inherently less secure than an on-premises solution?
[07:54] Asaf, maybe you can talk a little bit about how you compare and contrast the security ramifications of a private cloud versus a public cloud or a SaaS based solution.
[16:10] Vince, maybe you can talk about this kind of third variation of cloud that’s out there and how customers should view these community based clouds in terms of security.
[03:04] “You are starting from, in many cases, a very templatized, rigid point, meaning if you want something to work, you have to physically open the door for that communication.” — Vince Wood
[05:26] “That is why it’s really important to choose your provider carefully to make sure that they address all the needs that your company set in place in their security policy.” — Asaf Bulbshtein
[09:02] “The question is, does it make sense for your business to do that? And it might. There’s a cost perspective. There is a people perspective. There’s a skill perspective.” — Asaf Bulbshtein
[13:32] “What is your security policy? What do you need to adhere to from either a regulation perspective, a compliance perspective, and your own policy? Like what is your brand worth? And it’s really hard to decide that sometimes” — Asaf Bulbshtein
[18:48] “it seems like a great idea from the start, but I just see too many ways for it to go wrong” — Vince Wood
[19:40] “If it’s not heavily regulated, I would say that probably, in my opinion, it would probably be easier to consume something that’s already out there, unless it’s something like health care” — Asaf Blubstein
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