On March 21, 2011 Steve Coplan, Security Analyst from the 451 Group and I will present a webinar describing strategies CIOs and enterprise architects can implement to create a unified security architecture between on-premise IT and the cloud.
I have great respect for Steve’s research. I think he is one of the most cerebral analysts in the business; but what impresses me most is that he is always able to clearly connect the theory to its practical instantiation in the real world. It’s a rare skill. He also has a degree in Zulu, which has little to do with technology, but makes him very interesting nonetheless.
Lately Steve and I have been talking about the shrinking security perimeter in the cloud and what this means to the traditional approaches for managing single sign-on and identity federation. This presentation is a product of these discussions, and I’m anticipating that it will be a very good one.
I hope you can join us for this webinar. It’s on Tuesday, March 15, 2011 9:00 AM PST | 12:00 PM EST | 5:00 PM GMT. You can register here.
For years enterprises have invested in identity, privacy and threat protection technologies to guard their information and communication from attack, theft or compromise. The growth in SaaS and IaaS usage however introduces the need to secure information and communication that spans the enterprise and cloud. This webinar will look at approaches for extending existing enterprise security investments into the cloud without significant cost or complexity.