Posts Tagged ‘ Trusteer ’

Application Security using Secure Cloud Storage

April 3, 2012
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VMware's Project Octopus and others like ownCloud and Oxygen Cloud have stirred some interesting ideas about Application Security. Those applications that make use of SSL, nearly every web application, can make use of secure data storage for certificate verification means. What makes SSL MiTM attacks possible, is mostly related to poor certificate management. If there…

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RSA Conference Recap and Bitdefender SVE

March 19, 2012
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The 3/8 Virtualization Security Podcast held a discussion on the happenings as the 2012 RSA Conference in San Francisco as well as a discussion of the features of Bitdefender's entry into the virtualization and cloud space with their SVE product. RSA Conference high lights not just those security tools for the virtualization and cloud spaces…

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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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