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Content tagged with Cloud posted in November 2013
NSA Surveillance Fallout Costs IT Industry Billions
News  |  11/27/2013  | 
Analysts predict US tech companies may lose $180 billion by 2016 due to international concerns about intelligence agencies' spying.
NSA Surveillance: First Prism, Now Muscled Out Of Cloud
Commentary  |  11/26/2013  | 
Companies can no longer discount the risk of losing control of confidential corporate data in the cloud. Government data mining is here to stay, in one invasive form or another.
The New Security Architecture
Commentary  |  11/20/2013  | 
Recent high profile attacks reflect a new reality in which perimeter-based security models are increasingly less effective in protecting key corporate assets and information.
4 Lessons From MongoHQ Data Breach
News  |  11/15/2013  | 
Security experts urge companies to implement two-factor authentication, VPNs, and graduated permission levels to better protect customer data from hackers.
Microsoft May Encrypt All Server-To-Server Communications
News  |  11/15/2013  | 
Microsoft admits it doesn't encrypt all server-to-server communications, opening the way for the NSA and others to access the data flow.
Avoid The Bermuda Triangle of Cloud Security
Commentary  |  11/15/2013  | 
As cloud services permeate the enterprise, security still inhabits the unknown. Can enterprises venture into cloud-based security without traversing a Bermuda triangle of doubt?
Secure Your Network From Modern Hazards
Commentary  |  11/15/2013  | 
Traditional security measures don't stand a chance in a data-centric world. But within the crisis lie opportunities for IT security pros.
Schneier: Time To Make NSA Eavesdropping Expensive
News  |  11/15/2013  | 
NSA surveillance piggybacks on corporate capabilities through cooperation, bribery, threats and compulsion, says security evangelist Bruce Schneier.
Mobile Protoype Encrypts Data First, Ships To Cloud Later
News  |  11/15/2013  | 
'CloudCapsule' can be used with Dropbox and Google Drive. It locks down files prior to their storage in the cloud for accessing them without a proxy.
IT Security Faces Big Data Skills and Resource Gap
News  |  11/15/2013  | 
In the near future, IT security teams will not be complete without at least one data scientist among its ranks.
DDoS Attack: Preparing For The Inevitable
Commentary  |  11/14/2013  | 
DDoS mitigation is a challenging undertaking. Here are four steps to help you plan for the worst.
Hackers Threaten Destruction Of Obamacare Website
News  |  11/8/2013  | 
DDoS tool targets the federal Affordable Care Act website. But will it work?
File Sync And Sharing: Users Won't Give It Up
Commentary  |  11/1/2013  | 
Users need file syncing for real business purposes, so it's up to you to figure out a way to protect the data.


Mobile Banking Malware Up 50% in First Half of 2019
Kelly Sheridan, Staff Editor, Dark Reading,  1/17/2020
Exploits Released for As-Yet Unpatched Critical Citrix Flaw
Jai Vijayan, Contributing Writer,  1/13/2020
Microsoft to Officially End Support for Windows 7, Server 2008
Kelly Sheridan, Staff Editor, Dark Reading,  1/13/2020
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