Cloud Security Alliance Congress 2010 Summary – Part 4 of 4 The Cloud Security Alliance kicked off its first major event November 16-17, 2010 in Orlando, Florida. The CSA Congress 2010 successfully hosted 370 people with talks covering all aspects of cloud security over two days. For those who were not in attendance at…Read More
It’s ok to call me a cynic here – I started my career in IT at 3Com and studied Computer Information Systems – but I’d bet on security vendors fixing security flaws in the public cloud (IaaS especially) long before most CIOs will be able to solve corporate cultural & political problems.Read More
Photo Courtesy of Jencu from Creative Commons A pop-up is when a new browser window unexpectedly opens on your computer while you are using the Internet. Generally, pop-ups are used for advertising, but they can also be a link to malicious software that can cause you all kinds of grief. Sometimes the pop-ups will look like…Read More
It’s exciting to see that the GSA is leading the way to modernize the federal government’s IT by moving to “the cloud.” However, in the rush to save money, the GSA may be repeating some mistakes that company IT departments have already made. Until cloud vendors step up to guarantee that their security is on par with enterprise security, they will be a poor choice for our government agencies. We don’t need another WikiLeaks.Read More
The Cloud Security Alliance kicked off its first major event November 16-17, 2010 in Orlando, Florida. The CSA Congress 2010 successfully hosted 370 people with talks covering all aspects of cloud security over two days.
For those who were not in attendance at Congress, this four-part series will summarize some of the most popular sessions at the event.
CLOUDINOMICON: Idempotent Infrastructure, Survivable Systems & Bringing Sexy Back to Information CentricityRead More
Photo courtesy of Rubertu from Creative Commons Public Wi-Fi®-wireless network for high-speed accessing of the Internet- is nearly everywhere now. Hotels, coffee shops, airports, and restaurants advertise the convenience of Wi-Fi to their customers. Whether the Wi-FI is free or fee-based, you need to be aware of the risks involved when using public Wi-Fi hotspots….Read More