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3 May 2012 Securing services in the cloud: an investigation of the threats and the mitigations
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The stakeholder's security concerns over data in the clouds (Voice, Video and Text) are a real concern to DoD, the IC and private sector. This is primarily due to the lack of physical isolation of data when migrating to shared infrastructure platforms. The security concerns are related to privacy and regulatory compliance required in many industries (healthcare, financial, law enforcement, DoD, etc) and the corporate knowledge databases. The new paradigm depends on the service provider to ensure that the customer's information is continuously monitored and is kept available, secure, access controlled and isolated from potential adversaries.
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Bassam S. Farroha and Deborah L. Farroha "Securing services in the cloud: an investigation of the threats and the mitigations", Proc. SPIE 8405, Defense Transformation and Net-Centric Systems 2012, 840508 (3 May 2012); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.919614
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