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Is Boston A Cloud Security Hub?15:06
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In this undated photo, an employee of Google diagnoses an overheated computer processor at the company's data center in The Dalles, Ore. Google uses these data centers to store email, photos, video, calendar entries and other information shared by its users. These centers also process the hundreds of millions of searches that Internet users make on Google each day. (Connie Zhou/AP/Google)
In this undated photo, an employee of Google diagnoses an overheated computer processor at the company's data center in The Dalles, Ore. Google uses these data centers to store email, photos, video, calendar entries and other information shared by its users. These centers also process the hundreds of millions of searches that Internet users make on Google each day. (Connie Zhou/AP/Google)

Boston is a Hub of a lot of businesses, including cyber and cloud security.

It's such a hub that Amazon chose Boston to host its first conference dedicated to cloud security now going on the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center.

But what exactly is cloud security and why is Boston a leader in it?

Guests

Tom Turner, CEO of BitSight. He tweets @TomTurnerro.

Sam King, CEO of Veracode. She tweets @samskritiking.

Joel Brenner, former inspector general of the National Security Agency and head of U.S. counterintelligence in the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, now a senior research fellow at MIT. He tweets @joelfbrenner.

This segment aired on June 25, 2019.

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