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Alert Logic Co-Founder & CTO to Speak on Cloud Security at Cloud Expo

Alert Logic's patented solutions are the smartest choice for over-regulated businesses with underfunded IT departments

Alert Logic Session at Cloud Expo

The emergence of the Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) and Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) models are just two of many inflection points as IT migrates away from the traditional data centers and into the cloud, shifting more control over security from the enterprise to the service provider. How will your security and compliance strategy change when this transformation is complete? This session will explore technologies and strategies you need to adopt today to prepare to support security and compliance in the cloud age.

Alert Logic's patented solutions are the smartest choice for over-regulated businesses with underfunded IT departments to secure networks and ensure compliance. Its cloud-powered managed solutions combine intrusion detection, vulnerability assessment, log management and 24x7 threat surveillance, and are designed to maximize revenue and profit opportunities for service providers and hosting partners. Enterprises experience a solution that addresses network security and compliance requirements at a low price point, with little dependency on IT resources. Alert Logic is based in Houston, Texas and was founded in 2002. More information about Alert Logic can be found at http://www.alertlogic.com.

Who
Misha Govshteyn, Co-Founder & CTO, Alert Logic

What
"Predicting the Future: Security and Compliance in the Cloud Age" at the 5th International Cloud Expo

When
Wednesday, April 21, 2010
6:40pm - 7:15pm ET

Where
Javits Convention Center
655 West 34th Street New York, NY 10001-1114

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Session Description
The emergence of the Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) and Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) models are just two of many inflection points as IT migrates away from the traditional data centers and into the cloud, shifting more control over security from the enterprise to the service provider. How will your security and compliance strategy change when this transformation is complete? This session will explore technologies and strategies you need to adopt today to prepare to support security and compliance in the cloud age.

About Alert Logic
Alert Logic's patented solutions are the smartest choice for over-regulated businesses with underfunded IT departments to secure networks and ensure compliance. Its cloud-powered managed solutions combine intrusion detection, vulnerability assessment, log management and 24x7 threat surveillance, and are designed to maximize revenue and profit opportunities for service providers and hosting partners. Enterprises experience a solution that addresses network security and compliance requirements at a low price point, with little dependency on IT resources. Alert Logic is based in Houston, Texas and was founded in 2002. More information about Alert Logic can be found at http://www.alertlogic.com.

About the Conference
No one can take full advantage of cloud computing without first becoming familiar with the latest issues and trends, which is why the organizing principle of the 5th International Cloud Expo on April 19-21, 2010 -- is to ensure -- through an intensive three-day schedule of keynotes, general and breakout sessions, and our bustling Expo Floor -- that attending delegates leave the Jacob Javits Convention Center with abundant resources, ideas and examples they can apply immediately to leveraging the Cloud, helping them to maximize performance, minimize cost and improve the scalability of their Enterprise IT endeavors. Learn more about Cloud Expo at http://cloudcomputingexpo.com/.

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