, due to a series of sophisticated hacks and attacks on Google, as well as a dozen more IT companies. Due to late last year, Google on Jan. 12 vowed to stop We’re going to look at some of the answers to what this donnybrook means for how enterprises should best protect their intellectual property from such sophisticated hackers as government, military or, quasi-government corporate entities and whether cloud services providers like Google are better than your average enterprise, or especially medium-sized business, at thwarting such risks. This periodic discussion and dissection of IT infrastructure related news and events with a panel of industry analysts and guests, comes to you with the help of our charter sponsor Active Endpoints, maker of the ActiveVOS business process management system. Mills: We now have a huge first public example of a company coming out and saying, not only that they’ve been attacked — companies don’t want to admit that ever and it’s all under the radar — but also they’re pointing the fingers. Even though they’re not specifically saying, “We think it’s the Chinese state,” but they think enough of it that they’re willing to threaten to pull out of the country. It’s… Read full this story
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