Los Angeles, CA, July 01, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Many articles have been written about the pros and cons of cloud security, however, CloudAccess CEO Kevin Nikkhoo articulated the overarching benefits of this changing paradigm during his guest appearance on the popular podcast program "The Cloudcast."
The recorded podcast, titled "Evolving Security-As-A-Service" can be heard at http://www.thecloudcast.net/2012/06/cloudcast-eps45-evolving-security-as.html. The podcast is also available through iTunes, Stitcher and www.thecloudcast.net.
Nikkhoo discussed the viability of security developed, deployed and managed from the cloud including the egalitarian costs, its integrated and immediate deployment and scalable configuration regarding public, private or hybrid clouds and legacy systems.
Sharing his three decades of network security experience with hosts Brian Gracely and Aaron Delp on their popular weekly broadcast of the Cloudcast, Nikkhoo also discussed several best practices, implementation strategies as well as compared security-as-a-service with more traditional on premise solutions.
"The idea behind CloudAccess is to provide enterprise-class security coverage for a fraction of the cost without sacrificing functionality," Nikkhoo said. "So, in terms of capability, power and performance, it is as effective, or more so, than on premise solutions. In the cloud, you don't have implementation costs, you don't capital expenditures; it's op-ex; it's day one, you turn it on today."
For more information about the CloudAccess or security-as-a-service managed from the cloud, please contact CloudAccess at 877-550-2568 or visit the website www.cloudaccess.com or blog site at http://cloudaccesssecurity.wordpress.com/