12:46 CET, 21st February 2011 By Secunia.
When Art Coviello, Executive Vice President of EMC and Executive Chairman of RSA, The Security Division of EMC (NYSE: EMC), kicked off the 20th annual RSA Conference in San Francisco, Calif., this week, he set the stage for a slew of announcements related to cloud security.
He said, “We now recognize the limitations of perimeter defenses and the need for information‐centric security has become conventional wisdom… last year, the rallying cry from my keynote was ‘safety in the cloud’ and the chance for a ‘Security Do‐Over.’ So this year my theme is ‘Trust in the Cloud?’ Last year my keynote was about the promise. This year it’s about the proof.”
To that end, RSA announced the RSA Cloud Trust Authority, which has been described as a set of cloud-based services designed to facilitate secure and compliant relationships among organizations and cloud service providers.
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