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What Governments Are Thinking About Cloud Security

What Governments Are Thinking About Cloud Security The take of any government on cloud security is an interesting and vital issue towards better safety standards. Analysts define the governmental role as important in integrating multi-tenancy app development, access layers and infrastructure parts of the cloud through firm policies. Governing the keeping, utility and accessibility of

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The Risks Of Moving To The Cloud

The Risks Of Moving To The Cloud In the current global economic climate, companies and enterprises are required to migrate to cloud-based deployment models in order reduce costs and become self-sustainable. Post the dot-com bubble, the development of advanced web and storage technologies has been on the ascension. One such revolutionary technology developed post the

Press Release: Q2 2012 FireHost Web Application Attack Report Shows Sharp Rise In SQL Injections

17 million cyber-attacks blocked between April and June by secure cloud hosting provider London, UK – July 24, 2012 – Secure cloud hosting company, FireHost, has today revealed the latest statistical analysis of attacks successfully blocked by its servers located at data centers in the US and Europe.  During the period of April to June 2012,

How Important Is Ethical Hacking For Enterprise Security Architecture?

How Important Is Ethical Hacking For Enterprise Security Architecture? With the increasing need for information security, business organizations which plan to adopt new technologies like IT outsourcing, virtualization, and cloud computing must be able to identify and face each security threats and come up with security architectures, policies, and processes. They must consider taking advantage

Cloud Research Findings: Hackers Feast On A Hefty $1 Billion In Brazil

Cloud Research Findings: Hackers Feast On A Hefty $1 Billion Fairly recently, analytics giant Price Water House Cooper (PwC) had made its research outcome public. The report throws light on the trembling discovery that hackers have cumulatively laid their dirty hands upon an amount as large as US $1 billion rightly belonging to enterprises stationed