Security as a Service

The Importance of Cloud Computing Solutions

February 21st, 2017

The “cloud” can be utilized in many different ways and most likely have different meanings to individuals depending on their industry and level of computer knowledge. The average person knows the cloud to be this virtual storage space that allows them to share their photos, videos, and mobile apps between various compatible devices. On a

Cyber Security Exposure – Who is to blame!

March 12th, 2015

On an almost semi-weekly basis, there is something printed about yet another set of photos released to the public, much to the embarrassment of the person who got exposed.  And of course, the photos always seem to contain some salacious view of the individual(s).   The articles are also usually very quick to point out the

Security Certifications and Promoting Cloud Computing

September 13th, 2010

There is an abundance of certifications in the IT industry covering application development, project management, security, and vendor tool specific.  An interesting spin to all of this is a security framework tied specifically to cloud computing. The Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) published the second edition of its guidelines for secure cloud computing, delivering a document

Cloud Computing Definitions and Use Cases

September 9th, 2010

An active discussion on cloud computing use cases brings a somewhat more practical approach to what this service might offer to a company and how it might evolve over time.  Not everyone can use salesforce.com or Google mail services, which are the most frequently cited examples of cloud computing. The NIST definition describes five essential