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Understanding Twitter’s Security Enhancements

Understanding Twitter’s Security Enhancements

Understanding Twitter’s Security Enhancements Last week Twitter announced a significant security enhancement – enablement of forward secrecy on twitter.com, api.twitter.com, and mobile.twitter.com domains. The prime objective of this change is to deprive hackers of an important exploitation tool. Why was this necessary? In the past 18 months, Twitter, akin to many other social network companies,

Cloud Chivalry – Provider Pride

Cloud Chivalry – Provider Pride As cloud deployments gain popularity, increasing attention is paid to provider security strength. The cloud security alliance, for example, releases a yearly list of top threats, covering everything from malicious use, data loss, and service hijacking. Heightened public awareness of the cloud has led to oddly intuitive feelings of insecurity

How Cloud Computing Companies Make Their Data Centers Hacker-Proof

Cloud computing naysayers have long cited security and privacy as their number one concerns. While more and more companies are adopting cloud services, many corporations and small businesses are still hesitant to embrace the cloud because of concerns about lax security and hacker attacks. Companies like Microsoft, Google, and Amazon claim to have extremely strong security

How Small Businesses Can Optimize Their IT Efficiency And Costs With Cloud Computing

How Small Businesses Can Optimize Their IT Efficiency And Costs With Cloud Computing Cloud computing services are becoming more popular day by day. As more businesses get onto the platform, the results are different. Some companies complain of lower efficiency and sometimes higher costs in their daily activities. Given that cloud computing has many benefits,

Security In The Cloud: Logs, Audits, Encryption…

Security In The Cloud: Logs, Audits, Encryption… Considering a move to the cloud for one or several of your key services? If so, you are not alone. Cloud computing is growing exponentially as more and more vendors are starting to offer services, and as more businesses are beginning to see the potential for cost savings