The latest Tech Tuesday Chat covered Layered Security and Security Services. Guest speakers Kathy Hale, Gautam Vij and Joe Santandrea discussed primary security issues concerning organizations and explained how security services can play a big part in planning organizations. See the full transcript to catch the recent questions, comments, ideas and expertise discussed this past week.

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