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  • Big VARs vs. the Cloud: What Will Happen?

    Trend Micro - Cloud Security Blog
    What awesome news. OpSource just got acquired at a premium by Dimension Data, itself a part of NTT. I’ve been an OpSource fan since Treb Ryan founded it as an MSP about a decade ago. Treb’s previous company, SiteSmith, was a major competitor to Mark Andreesseen’s company LoudCloud, which morphed into Opsware before it got [...]
  • “Hey, You, Get Off of iCloud!”

    Trend Micro - Cloud Security Blog
    For all its hype iCloud does not represent a fundamentally new problem. Employees are already bringing personal devices to work and wanting to use them in their jobs, and these unmanaged devices are mixing personal and corporate data on a system that is outside the control of the security and IT teams. There are already [...]
  • The State of Cloud and Virtualization Security

    Trend Micro - Cloud Security Blog
    For the last few months, we’ve been conducting a cloud, virtualization, and VDI security survey of 1200 IT professionals from larger companies in 6 countries around the world. Not only did I get to help shape the questions on the survey, I’ve also been on the team interpreting the results. We’ve learned more than a [...]
  • Ambient Cloud News: Skype protocol has been reverse engineered

    Trend Micro - Cloud Security Blog
    This is pretty cool. I gave a talk last week at the Glue Conference in Denver about how ambient clouds ( http://cloudsecurity.trendmicro.com/good-clouds-evil-clouds-why-microsoft-has... )work and even used Skype as an example of a massive-scale ambient cloud.

    This case raises some very important new questions around ambient clouds.
  • Chrome OS: So secure we don’t need security?

    Trend Micro - Cloud Security Blog
    With the launch announcements of various Google Chrome OS netbooks, the focus of the press and security companies alike is beginning to take a closer look at the security promises made and also at some of the more ’media friendly‘ statements such as, “...users don’t have to deal with viruses, malware and security updates”.
  • Open Source Clouds Become Enterprise-Grade: Citrix and OpenStack

    Trend Micro - Cloud Security Blog
    Today at Synergy, Citrix announced “Project Olympus,” effectively making open source clouds a more viable option for enterprises. In the past, it was cloud providers like Rackspace who tended to focus on open source cloud infrastructure, while enterprises tended to make more conservative choices where support contracts were available.
  • A Tale: The Snack Supplier, the Vending Machine, and the Cloud

    Trend Micro - Cloud Security Blog
    I recently had an interesting chat with the operator of our snack vending machine while making a coffee in the kitchen. She was restocking our machine and had her iPad sitting on the table. In their 2 person company they now have 2 iPads and a PC. They do their inventory control and tracking while onsite at customer premises via the iPad.
  • Did Amazon’s aggressive algorithms prevent customer data loss?

    Trend Micro - Cloud Security Blog
    How difficult is it to run a public cloud service? As all of us know, Amazon Web Services (AWS) experienced an outage on 21-Apr-2011 and that lasted for almost 4 days. Quite a lot of companies were affected and you can find the list here. The Internet was flooded with articles speculating what went wrong, [...]
  • Do you have a migration plan for IPv6 yet? (part 2 of 2)

    Trend Micro - Cloud Security Blog
    IPv6 is growing rapidly. Chart from http://bgp.potaroo.net/v6/as2.0/index.html    Over the past few years, the growth of IPv6 has increased greatly. Already, there is about 100,000 times more space advertised on IPv6 as on IPv4. Well, that’s not exactly correct, since we “count” addresses differently. As of today, there are around 202,926,147,961,349 so-called “/64′s” being advertised [...]
  • IPv6 is here. How does this affect email?

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    Part 1 of 2 parts IPv6 will change how we use the internet, again. To the typical user, there is no difference; web sites work the same. But email is a different story. When using IPv6, addresses are allocated in a different manner. Most end-users today get one IP address, which is shared between multiple [...]

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