Cloud architectures aren’t secure. That’s one takeaway I got from Bob Violino 's piece for Computerworld: " Cloud SWAT teams ". It outlines a security incident response approach we recommend on a regular basis, in fact you'll find us saying the same thing to Computerworld...
Jan 9, 2012
Filed under: Filed under: PCI DSS, NetIQ, Cloud Computing, Compliance, Computerworld, HIPAA, cloud security, SOX, Identity Theft, Public Cloud, Sony, Novell, Harris Interactive, Bob Violino, Amazon Web Services, Cloud Security Services, Access Management, RichardWhitehead, Security Web
55% of respondents to a recent NetIQ / Harris Interactive IT security survey cited that their inability to manage security in the cloud as the most difficult challenge. This was only beaten by a lack of time to monitor vast amounts of data (64%) and closely followed byan inability to manage security...
Nov 8, 2011
Filed under: Filed under: Security, Virtualization, NetIQ, Cloud Computing, malware, IT Security, Cloud, Public, Hybrid, Private, Threats, Cyber Attacks, Charlie Miller, Cyber Espionage, Apple App Store, iTunes, Apple, Cloud Computing Conference, iPad, Maliciouis App, CloudExpo, Adidas, iPhone, Harris Interactive, DiptoChakravarty, Security Web
Just a year ago, we were seeing an almost universal trend of enterprises taking a serious look at adopting public cloud. After all, it’s a way to save a ton of money and get out from under the burden of heavyweight infrastructure. This past year we’ve seen a significant shift in the perception...
Intelligent Workload Management
Apr 5, 2011
Filed under: Filed under: Cloud Computing, Data Center, Intelligent Workload Management, Cloud, BenjaminGrubin, Data Center Solutions, Public Cloud, Private Cloud, SearchCloudComputing, Forrester Reseach, Harris Interactive, Rich Fichera