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Q&A: 'Future Crimes' Author On How To Keep Customer Data Private In The Public Cloud

In his best-selling book "Future Crimes," Marc Goodman digs into the opportunities presented by connected technologies, but also the dangers for the vast amount of data they create. Here's what partners need to know to keep their customer data safe in the cloud.

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Data Privacy In A Public World

In his best-selling book "Future Crimes," Marc Goodman digs into the opportunities presented by connected technologies, but also the dangers for the vast amount of data they create, in which many users are voluntarily giving away their rights to privacy. For businesses and their solution provider partners, this is a key concern as that data involved critical business data, intellectual property, or even set the business up for an attack.

In an interview with CRN, Goodman delves into what his research has found around data privacy, particularly in the public cloud, and if solution providers should be concerned about moving their customers' data off-premise. Here's what partners need to know to keep their customer data safe in the cloud.

For more from Goodman, see him speak live at this year's NexGen Cloud Conference & Expo, hosted by CRN parent The Channel Company.

 
 
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