Eight Cloud Security Predictions for 2012 - Slide 5

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Executives increasingly need to show 360-degree and holistic reports to satisfy regulatory compliance requirements – particularly in the PCI DSS space. The consequent legal implications will drive more companies to automate their network security audits and rely less on periodic audits.

The cloud can be a godsend for enterprises struggling to keep up with burgeoning data loads and high user demand. In the blink of an eye, you gain access to all the resources you desire, and at a fraction of the cost of building out additional physical infrastructure. Given the ease of access and relative low cost, the cloud continued to rapidly gain traction during 2011.  What can we expect this year?  Eric Chiu, president & founder of HyTrust, a cloud infrastructure control company, has made the following 2012 cloud security predictions.

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