Posts Tagged ‘ CSA ’

Public Cloud Reality: Reinforced at CSA Summit

March 5, 2013
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I have written about the Public Cloud Reality and the need to bring your own security, monitoring, support. This was reinforced by Dave Asprey of Trend Micro at the last Cloud Security Alliance Summit held at this years RSA Conference. The gist of Dave Asprey's talk was that YOU are responsible for the security of…

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News: Sky High Networks provides Cloud Service Security Ratings

February 28, 2013
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There has been a dearth of intelligence reporting on cloud services and up until now we had to rely upon the Verizon Breach Report, Alert Logic's State of the Cloud report, the Enisa and other reports, but even so there was nothing specifically about a given cloud service outside the lightly used Cloud Security Alliances…

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Cloud Security Alliance: STAR and other Initiatives

June 8, 2012
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The 5/17 Virtualization Security Podcast was an open forum on the Cloud Security Alliance initiatives, specifically the Security, Trust, & Assurance Registry (STAR). Which is "a free, publicly accessible registry that documents the security controls provided by various cloud computing offerings." The CSA has grown from a grass roots organization to a major player and…

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Cloud Security Alliance launches Training

June 7, 2011
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On the 6/2 Virtualization Security Podcast, Rich Mogull, an analyst for Securosis, joined us to discuss his work with the Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) to develop the two day course called the Certificate of Cloud Security Knowledge (CCSK). While this course is not about learning all the intricacies of cloud security it is about providing…

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Virtualization and Cloud Security Projects to Watch

January 26, 2010
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The future of Virtualization and Cloud Security is being worked on today and there are several projects worth watching. Early guidance from these projects will aid your current virtualization and cloud security policies, procedures, plans, and architectures. (A6, DMTF, CSA, PCI, FDIC, etc.)

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NIST Cloud Computing Definitions Final

November 25, 2009
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There has been great debate of what comprises the cloud, how to bound the cloud so that its easier to understand, and how to secure the cloud. Christofer Hoff of the Rational Survivabilty blog has been spear-heading quite a bit of discussion on cloud taxonomy in his attempts to wrap some thoughts around how to…

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Cloud Computing Providers — are they content providers or carriers?

July 7, 2009
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Last month Verizon expanded its Computing as a Service (CaaS) cloud computing offering. The expansion itself is not surprising. The interesting tidbit is that Verizon has Carrier Status and therefore different laws apply to them than any other cloud provider that does not have this status, such as Amazon EC2, Terramark, etc. Will cloud computing…

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