As with all new ideas put forward to be adopted on a large scale, there's the question of how far the high-tech industry and their customers will go in actually adopting it.
Flores said there is one large company now making use in production of exactly what the CSA is proposing with "Software Defined Perimeter," and at the upcoming RSA Conference next year there will be news about industry support and more. CSA plans to make available "Software Defined Perimeter" software as open source for the public to adopt as well.
"We believe this could be a game changer," said Flores. "The right thing to do is to put this into the open-source community so cloud computing becomes one of those things you don't have to think about."
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