CA Security Architect to Discuss Cloud Computing Privacy and Security Issues at The Open Group Conference
The Session Will Help Enterprises Understand Security Needs for Cloud Infrastructure and Applications
ISLANDIA, NY.— CA (NASDAQ: CA) today announced that Tim Brown, vice president and chief architect of CA’s Security Management business unit, will present a standalone session on “Cloud Computing Privacy and Security Issues” at The Open Group Conference, 3rd Security Practitioners Conference in Toronto.
Brown’s session, on Wednesday, July 22 at 2 p.m., will address how cloud computing creates a new trust environment where confidentiality, data integrity and availability — the core components of information security — must be managed.
In November 2008, CA announced comprehensive solutions for management of virtualized and cloud computing environments, and a vision for management of the cloud-connected enterprise. CA’s solutions span the full breadth of Enterprise IT Management — from governance to management and security. The company’s vision for cloud management leverages this breadth of support, and includes differentiators like control over transactions as they cross on-premise and cloud applications, and federated security.
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