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Protecting Data Through BPM

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Re: A Better Approach to Security
Pierre DeBois   12/18/2011 9:04:37 PM
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Thanks, Tom. For some companies the cost of doing business shifts from maintaining equipmment to acquiring and training people to manage their processes.

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RE: A Better Approach To Security
Pierre DeBois   12/18/2011 7:59:17 AM
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I agree that security regarding access will be given renewed interest as cloud comes online, Kicheko.  I was pleasantly surprised by Luma's explanation, which gave the genesis for this article.  It's really an eye opener for organizations that made heavy investment in servers and physical assets - new thoughts will abound providing flexibility to operate and secure critical information.

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Re: A Better Approach to Security
nima1982   12/17/2011 9:46:34 AM
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Yes plus I feel that it has added some more value towards IT.

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RE: A Better Approach To Security
kicheko   12/15/2011 2:09:53 AM
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The point about the App that erases data from a lost smartphone really caught my attention in this article. Indeed that is the way to go in information security, i.e. information must be detached from the device. Cloud is one of the options to protect data from loss while also protecting it from unwanted access.

When cloud storage goes mainstream with smaller users, hopefully it will be easier to protect data since it won't just be about getting the device. However there's going to be lots to be done on cyber security as well to ward off as many of the basic hackers as possible.

 

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A Better Approach to Security
Tom Murphy   12/14/2011 12:18:32 PM
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I think you've really hit on something here!  Applying a solid BPM approach to analyzing usage is a great first step to approaching the ballooning issues facing IT.

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