Cyber Security and the Cloud

| August 16, 2017

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As Cyber Security continues to become a larger issue, people are wondering how to keep their data safe from Cyber Attack. In this video presentation, BluBØX takes an in-depth look at “Cyber Security and the Cloud,” and asks “Where does your Data feel Safer? In the Pentagon, or on a Personal Computer?” The video highlights the PROS & CONS of the available options, including the Cloud based options. While there is no perfect place, there are indeed less risky places.

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