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The Weekly Security and DevOps News Brief

A lot happened in the world of security and DevOps this week. Here are the top posts we saw:


Teaming up IT and legal departments for better corporate security

Companies looking to create strong security and privacy protocols have to encourage their IT and legal departments to not only work together, but each should also learn a little of the other’s job, noted Doug Olenick in an SC Magazine article. The article encourages IT and legal departments to team up for better corporate security.

Read the full article here.


Legal Cloud Computing Association Publish First Cloud Security Doctrine for Law Firms (press release)

The Legal Cloud Computing Association (LCCA), a consortium of legal cloud computing providers, issued a press release to announce its inaugural set of security standards. These standards are meant to help both legal providers and the growing legal technology sector collaboratively and transparently work together to address cybersecurity concerns and implement best practices for security into their joint operations.


CIOs Name Strategic Priorities

The Wall Street Journal CIO Journal posted a piece about The Wall Street Journal CIO Network conference, where CIOs broke up into five task forces to discuss issues ranging from cybersecurity to digital transformation. Full results from the conference will be published in The Wall Street Journal later this month.

Read the full article here.


SDN network security: Building a safer architecture

Software-defined networking (SDN) may hold the key to better security, according to an article published in SearchSDN. Networking pro Lee Doyle explains how to strengthen SDN network security to prevent breaches.

Read the full article here.


What interesting security and DevOps news did you read out there this week? Let us know in the comments.