Posts Tagged ‘ confidentiality ’

Cloud Security: Is it all Jurisdictional and Audit Issues?

January 24, 2012
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When you read many blogs and articles on cloud security, writers such as myself often mention jurisdictional issues as a big problem. Nor is the ability to Audit clouds the only problem. Yet both of these are huge issues for clouds today, but fundamentally, is the cloud flawed from a security point of view or…

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Multiple Hybrid Clouds Kludged Together? — Cloud Architecture

March 28, 2011
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With the diversity of cloud's available today, data being sent from one to another could appear to be a hodge-podge of security. As one colleague put it recently when I asked what he was expecting to maintain integrity of data in motion between clouds: "... what kind of kludge can things end up being when…

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Latest SMT design requires Complete Visibility by Admin! Yikes!

March 16, 2011
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I just finished reading, yet another Multi-Tenancy Design/Overview that claims to be secure or trusted. While I will agree that this particular design does cover Availability and some GRC (Governance, Regulatory, and Compliance) it is severely lacking in Integrity and Confidentiality. The design even went as far as saying the cloud/virtual administrator requires "COMPLETE VISIBILITY."…

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