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Listen up users, security professionals greatest wishes for better security involve you. They’ve been trying for so hard to get you to pay attention to your own security concerns, that they’ve had to resort to magical wishes to get their way.

At the RSA Conference in San Francisco I asked attendees, “If you had one security wish, what would it be?” Is it sad that many of these wishes are standard basic needs that should be met at every single company?

Watch for more video interviews from David Spark with an array of subject matter experts on a wide variety of security-related issues that are key to the decisions you will be facing as the year rolls on.

If you missed the RSAC event, the following articles provide summaries and reviews by attendees of some of the more popular sessions that were available, as well as review of the Cloud Security Alliance event and some more fun videos from the show:



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