Sunday, February 13, 2011

Cloud security startup hopes it holds key for cloud encryption

February 10, 2011 — CSO —   When enterprises think about cloud computing they think about the benefits of paying as they go and not forking out a fortune for a new layer of infrastructure. They think about not having to worry about managing hardware, operating systems and vast arrays of storage. One thing they don't usually think about is the physical location where their data will be stored. That's one of the benefits of cloud computing, and one of the risks. 


For the full article: http://www.csoonline.com/article/663577/cloud-security-startup-hopes-it-holds-key-for-cloud-encryption

31 comments:

  1. Exactly. The data might not be stored on THEIR systems, but it's stored somewhere...possibly not even in the same country as the company is located. So if there is some form of unrest, (for example Egypt) They could get locked out or worse..the entire system get compromised.

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  2. An interesting viewpoint. Encryption is a necessity but can have vulnerabilities.

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  3. i dont know what to think about cluod computing..

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  4. It could be a new wave or just a new gimmick, only time will tell.

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  5. i kinda understand what your saying but i kinda not haha

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  6. Do they every really think? Honestly. It's just a way to abstract real innovative solutions into a "LET THE CLOUD DO IT FOR US" mentality.

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  7. Interesting... thanks for sharing!

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  8. I'm curious to see the progression of this.

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  9. I was just having a conversation about this, I am very unlearned in the subject but I feel this is something that will become increasingly relevant in the coming years. Thanks for the post.

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  10. Cloud often over-look the simple things, you could say they have their heads up in the skies.

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  11. very interesting. I'm excited for the Google CloudOS

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  12. Hey, interesting stuff. Thanks a lot.

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  13. Thanks for the artical link i have been reading alot about cloud computing and will give the link a read!

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  14. Cloud computing is the way forward but still needs work.

    Keep up the good posts

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  15. Jim Cramer is crazy for cloud computing. Big $$ according to him.

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  16. True, a wired connection is always more secure than a wireless one. Though I don't really have anything too classified, etc. so... I think I'll be just fine with my dropbox lol

    Anyways, awesome looking blog, I'll be sure to check back often!

    Here's mine in case you're interested:
    http://lifeofbaron.blogspot.com

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  17. Cloud computing is a great concept and very reliable for infrastructure. For the time being I do believe this is one of the best solutions for corporations and others to consider moving to.

    Following for more articles!

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  18. Cloud computing and the certain risks are topics, we will be seeing a lot in the near future.

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  19. cloud computing could be crazy, i'm interested in what is has in store for us.

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  20. The only thing is afraid of is that company's will know EVERYTHING.

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  21. Clouds are intresting, but who knows?

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  22. I wouldn't trust where my Data is going, and who may be reading that Data.

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  23. thanks for sharing!!..cloud computing will most likely be our future!

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