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Is your head in the cloud when it comes to security?

With more and more aspects of information and communications technology moving into the cloud, just what are the security implications of moving data off-site? Alex Meehan and Aoife Valentine investigate

3rd July, 2016
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Michael Conway, director of IT security at Renaissance

Understanding the weak points in your supply chain, knowing where data is stored and knowing who has the ability to move it: those are the most pertinent aspects of cloud security for Irish companies wondering how best to secure the data they have in the cloud, according to some of Ireland’s leading security experts.

Michael Conway, director of IT security specialist Renaissance, said that a key concern for companies he deals with in...

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