Press Release

CloudPassage and 451 Research Webinar: What You Haven’t Heard (Yet) About Cloud Security

San Francisco, Calif , February 1, 2013

CloudPassage® and 451 Research are hosting a joint webinar on Thursday that will shed light on findings from a recent cloud security survey, including the trends having the greatest impact on enterprises. Andrew Hay, chief evangelist for CloudPassage, and Wendy Nather, research director for 451 Research, will lead the discussion.

The webinar, “What You Haven’t Heard (Yet) About Cloud Security,” will take place on Thursday, Feb. 7 at 11 a.m. PST / 2 p.m. EST. Register online for the 30-minute live webinar by visiting:

Did you know that four out of five companies are using cloud architectures? Did you also know that 22 percent of cloud-hosting users believe that their cloud service provider is responsible for the security of their cloud server instances, yet 38 percent have a high level of concern with losing control of their servers and data in public cloud environments?

Hay and Nather will delve into these and other findings from the CloudPassage [2012 Security and the Cloud survey]( They will also discuss cloud security-related trends and observations from 451 Research’s findings.

More specifically, attendees will learn:

  • The challenges and fears identified by individuals looking to embrace cloud architectures
  • Current cloud adoption trends and future individual and organizational expansion plans
  • How people are securely delivering applications using cloud architectures

About the Presenters

Andrew Hay is the chief evangelist at CloudPassage, where he serves as a company spokesperson for its cloud security product portfolio. He is a veteran strategist with more than a decade of experience related to endpoint, network and security management technologies across various sectors.

Wendy Nather is research director for 451 Research’s Enterprise Security Practice, providing analysis on the current state of security from the perspective of a veteran CISO. Her primary coverage areas are application security and security services.