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The Cloudcast #132 - Cloud Apps need Borderless Security

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The Cloudcast #132 - Cloud Apps need Borderless Security

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Date: February 28, 2014

By: Aaron Delp and Brian Gracely

Description: Aaron and Brian talk with Rehan Jalil (CEO of @ElasticaInc; @R_Jalil) about trends at the RSA conference, how to monitor & secure application in the cloud, why companies no longer have borders and why new approaches to Security and Coud SOC are needed with the changing patterns of applications and users. Music Credit: Nine Inch Nails (www.nin.com)

Topic 1 - Tell us about the company and the background of the team

Topic 2 - Let’s talk about the Core technologies within the Elastica CloudSOC platform (data analytics vs security vs policy)

Topic 3 - Is CloudSOC expandable or able to integrate with existing SOC? What SOC skills do you typically augment?

Topic 4 - The platform does analysis of various Cloud applications and environments. I’d imagine the politics of evaluating public providers can be somewhat tricky? Insight about the cloud? Sharing?

Topic 5 - Discuss what happens when a customer has a problem that is identified by CloudSOC? Is there a DVR function?

Topic 6 - Can non-cloud companies learn enough, fast enough to improve security products?

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