Posts Tagged ‘ DLP ’

“U There” End User Computing Security

December 20, 2011
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There needs to be better Data Loss Prevention applied to Social Media than there exists today and how that will be applied globally is a huge issue. But it is a growing trend. I see on twitter from those I know many things that should not appear: from the discussion of internal only intellectual property…

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Going to the Cloud Safely

October 5, 2011
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Whether or not to put data into the cloud has been a debate since clouds were first formed. At a recent conference I was asked: with all the security issues you brought up, why should I go to the cloud, I do not know the administrators, nor can I gain cloud visibility, so why go…

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Security in the Cloud Era

September 21, 2011
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"The latest challenge on the security front isn't necessarily an exotic new threat vector: it's the attackers themselves. They're organized, well-resourced and patient. And there's no silver technology bullet to effectively combat them." This is a very important point, and one that I have seen at other security conferences for the last 5 years or…

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Start with SaaS Security: End with Data Security

July 6, 2011
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The 6/30 Virtualization Security Podcast with Simon Crosby Founder and CEO of Bromium started with a discussion of SaaS security but soon went to a discussion of Data Security. Simon left Citrix not to long ago to form a new company, Bromium, to seriously look into how the hypervisor itself can provide better security for…

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Cloud Apps approved by GSA

July 30, 2010
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The Wall Street Journal had an interesting article on the United States General Services Administration has approved the acquisition of some cloud services for use by the Federal Government including many of the Google Apps such as Gmail, Google Docs, etc. Since these services are for sale as well as freely available this sounds more…

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