Google says security is better in the cloud, but many doubts remain

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Eran Feigenbaum says cloud security offers more protection, but Computing research suggests he has an uphill struggle convincing others

Information is more secure in the cloud than it is when stored in traditional corporate datacentres, at least according to Google. Speaking at the Australian Information Security Association (AISA)...

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