The end of the year always seems to invite reflection and contemplation. At OpenDNS, we definitely have a lot to look back on. This past year we announced a new platform for delivering security, unveiled a new funding round with some of the biggest names in security and received lots of awards (for everything from being a great place to work to enterprise security innovation).

But the end of the year is also a good time to look forward. In the same way that Umbrella was built to predict where bad guys will strike next, our executive team spends a lot of time identifying the important emerging trends and how they will affect the way technology is used to secure the enterprise.

This year, OpenDNS CEO David Ulevitch and CTO Dan Hubbard were invited by Skyhigh Networks to share some of their own perspectives about the future of security and the cloud in 2015. David and Dan were featured alongside partners from venture capital firms Greylock and Sequoia and executives from the cloud security companies featured in their portfolios.

Take a look at the slideshow below to read Dan and David’s predictions about the future of interoperability between cloud solutions, organizational changes on security teams and why enterprises will adopt a new security stack in 2015.

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