Cloud security group launches

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The nonprofit Cloud Security Alliance, aimed at promoting best practices for securing cloud computing infrastructures, has launched. The group, to be officially announced later this month at the RSA Conference in San Francisco, plans to then unveil its first white paper, which will offer advice for cloud computing users and providers. The organization is made up of experts in the areas of governance, law, network and application security, audit, storage, cryptography, virtualization, risk management, among others. — DK
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