Tag Archives: Cloud Passage

“U There” End User Computing Security

There needs to be better Data Loss Prevention applied to Social Media than there exists today. How such security will be applied to the plethora of devices is a hefty concern. The abuse of social media growing trend. I see on twitter from those I know many things that should not appear: from the discussion of internal only intellectual property to locations sent to Four Square. Add into this, the myriad forms of ‘U There’ requests. It is so easy to tell people anything on twitter, that it also becomes a problem with telling people too much even in 146 characters. Yet, I also see the same when using text messages, chat, and other technologies. So what is the solution? Continue reading “U There” End User Computing Security

Multiple Hybrid Clouds Kludged Together? — Cloud Architecture

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 you have multiple connections to multiple hybrid clouds all doing different things” — Steve Beaver

So how does data transfer between the clouds? Is it a kludge? or can it be done using a uniform security policy, procedures, and protocols while maintaining Integrity and Confidentiality and auditability? Continue reading Multiple Hybrid Clouds Kludged Together? — Cloud Architecture