Domage

Dom´age


n.1.Damage; hurt.
2.Subjugation.
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Today, there is no end-to-end encryption possible in the cloud," Domage said.
Eric Domage, manager Western European Security Research and Consulting, IDC, said the recent series of security announcements from HP were encouraging for a number of reasons.
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This type of solution is awaited by the enterprises and organizations that search for in-the-cloud IT cost effectiveness, but must not abandon security needs and obligations," said Eric Domage, security software & services research manager, IDC Western Europe.
According to Eric Domage, IDC EMEA program manager, European security products and strategies, the survey reveals that organisations believe the most significant impact of a security breach would come from the lack of control of its intellectual property (IP).
Regulation compliance, IT weakness, complexity, and attacker agility are the main drivers of investment," said Eric Domage, IDC's Western European Security Software research manager.
Small- and medium-sized business behavior towards security is very tactical and meets their immediate requirements," said Eric Domage, European research manager, Security Products & Solutions, IDC.
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Eric Domage, European Security Expert at IDC said: "There is a global shift in IT security towards the use of centralized security monitoring systems.
Western European organizations made significant investments in data protection over the last 12 months," commented Eric Domage, Manager, Western European Security Research and Consulting, of IDC.
The importance of IT security is now top of mind for business executives as well as governments and regulators, given the public focus on major security incidents over the past year," said analyst Eric Domage, research manager, security products and services, for IDC.