Dave Asprey in
Cloud, Cloud-based Security, Secure Data Centers, Securing the Cloud, VMware
Sep 23rd, 2011 |
Live in 10 Cities + Broadcast live Online.
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Whether you’re simply virtualizing your data center or using virtualization as the foundation for your private or public clouds, Join the Journey brings together some of the world’s leading virtualization and cloud...
Christine Drake in
Cloud, Cyber crime, DataCenter, hybrid-cloud, IaaS, PaaS, private cloud, public cloud, SaaS, Secure Data Centers, Securing the Cloud, Security, Threats, Threats from the Cloud, Virtualization
Sep 8th, 2011 |
We often hear that security and privacy concerns are the main inhibitors to cloud adoption. But what are the true threats? Is the cloud really more dangerous than your on-site data center? I would say that virtualization and cloud computing aren’t inherently more dangerous, but they have unique infrastructure that must be addressed when creating a security foundation.
There are similar attacks across physical, virtual, and cloud infrastructures—data-stealing malware, web threats, spam, phishing, bots, etc. So many companies are tempted to deploy their security for dedicated physical...
Christine Drake in
Cloud, Deep Security, hybrid-cloud, IaaS, Privacy, Compliance and Identity, private cloud, public cloud, Securing the Cloud
Sep 1st, 2011 |
By saying that encryption is not enough for cloud security, I don’t mean that you also need other types of protection like server security, identity management, etc. I think most people deploying cloud computing plan to implement more than encryption for security. What I mean is that encryption alone is not enough in an encryption solution when it comes to cloud environments.
Of course, industry-standard encryption is essential, but it’s table stakes. When dealing the multi-tenant nature of the public cloud, or even the inter-departmental shared resources of a private cloud, how encryption...