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Cloud New Round Up Post – February 12th

Cloud New Round Up Post – February 12th

Cloud New Round Up Post February 12th  Here is your cloud news round up for the week.  Europa Commission Proposes Internet Governance Reform – In the past few months it has come to light that data has been secured by governments and privacy measures have been breached in an effort to curb crime. More than a

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Russia Accused Of Hacking Hundreds Of Companies Worldwide

Russia Accused Of Hacking Hundreds Of Companies Worldwide

Russia Accused Of Hacking Hundreds Of Companies Worldwide US Cyber Security firm CrowdStrike has accused Russia of hacking hundreds of companies worldwide. This is the first time Russia has been brought up in the hacking debate, sparking a new possible enemy in the espionage war. China has been well documented as one of the most prolific governments

Can Cloud Computing Effectively Help Prevent Cybercrime?

Can Cloud Computing Effectively Help Prevent Cybercrime?

Can Cloud Computing Effectively Help Prevent Cybercrime? We stand on the edge of the digital age, where technology moves quickly, and our lives have been transformed by modern computing. Digitization has resulted in a staggering amount of information flowing through cyberspace. Processing that data has led to a revolution in how we store and access information.

Cloud Security Alliance Annual EMEA Congress Discussions

Cloud Security Alliance Annual EMEA Congress Discussions

Cloud Security Alliance Annual EMEA Congress Discussions It was as cloudy as Edinburgh could be in the autumn, when the “Cloud Security Alliance Annual EMEA Congress” featuring about 300 Cloud Computing stake-holders, gathered for the event that was held during the last week of September, produced By MISTI Europe. The variety of organizations participating demonstrated the

The Three Modern Solutions For Cyber Security In The Cloud

The Three Modern Solutions For Cyber Security In The Cloud Various governments have adopted various approaches to their cloud policies. The Australian authorities, for example, have defined clearly who is liable for loss of data in a foreign server in data compromises that involve independent clients: the local company providing the storage service. There is