Hedging your bets: Security and privacy video roundtable



 
 

Security and Privacy will be hot topics at the 2013 IBM Edge conference. This video features a discussion from IBM Experts on the implications of system design and IT infrastructure. Today’s IT security needs to be bullet-proof to protect mission critical data and customer information. Issues like identity and access control, privacy issues, cross-border translation and more are discussed. Security is on the agenda at IBM Edge 2013.

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Deon Newman is Vice President, Marketing and Communications, IBM Systems & Technology Group, North America. He is the host of the Pushing the Edge video series. Follow Deon on Twitter: @DeonNewm.

 
 
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