Cloud computing security
- October 07, 2009
George Reese, founder of enStratus, talks about some of the new security concerns in cloud computing and reminds us the old ones never left.
- September 24, 2009
New research from MIT and UC-San Diego has exposed ground-floor vulnerabilities in public clouds. Attackers can find your virtual machines with ease -- can they exploit them?
- July 08, 2009
Max Planck Institute proposes a way to protect data against security threats as it travels from IT shops to Infrastructure as a Service providers like Amazon.com AWS.
- July 08, 2009
The University of Maryland discusses the security requirements for hosting a corporate data center on a third-party service provider's infrastructure.
- July 02, 2009
Companies may now be able to outsource data analysis without compromising data security and compliance, thanks to fully homomorphic encryption.
- May 21, 2009
IT shops attempt to square the benefits of cloud computing with a distinct lack of security benchmarks and transparency.
- March 18, 2009
The EPIC has formally asked the Federal Trade Commission to open an investigation into Google's cloud computing services -- including Gmail, Google Docs, and Picasa -- to determine "the adequacy of ...
- March 16, 2009
A few weeks ago Rackspace made an announcement about hosting the first PCI complaint cloud solution. PCI is short for the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard, which is a worldwide security ...
- March 06, 2009
Eli Lilly and Co. tapped into Amazon Web Services to crunch a vast chunk of data associated with the development of a new drug. Its research time collapsed from three months to two hours, a huge ...
- November 20, 2008
This week, Symantec Corp. launched a service that pushes configuration updates to Veritas Cluster Server and Veritas Storage Foundation users specific to that user's environment. It's called ...
- September 04, 2008
Cloud computing is on a tear. But, ask some viewers, is it a good idea to have XML Schema, process definitions and policies floating out in the cloud? A Mule Source execuctive says the cloud can lead to vendor lock-in too.