Lesson Well Learnt: Killer Tips for Securing the Personal Cloud The hefty majority of internet users exhibit a significant level of dependency upon the cloud for digital content applications. From attractive personal cloud storage options to utterly useful email and web-services, cloud technology now has its stranglehold deep into the core dynamics of contemporary personal computing infrastructure. While every passing day witnesses cloud service providers pumping in a great deal of monetary funding as well as human effort to render the private cloud a safer abode for digital content, it is important to realize that the proceedings at the user’s
How to secure a private cloud Currently the whole debate of private cloud vs public cloud is still going on, although it has died down somewhat. Personally, I am on the fence for this one as I believe (like so many others) that a private cloud is the same as a public cloud, just that the reins for control and security are more wholly in your corner. As such, if anything goes wrong your buttocks are most likely to get prodded. Here are some tips on how to secure a private cloud: Don’t take half measures – embedding crytpographically strong
Survey finds Instant Messaging is the weakest link when it comes to corporate security and compliance MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. – Nov. 14, 2011 – Symantec Corp. (Nasdaq: SYMC) today announced the worldwide availability of Symantec Instant Messaging Security. cloud (IMS.cloud) with support for Microsoft Lync. Symantec is one of the first SaaS vendor to support Microsoft Lync users, helping organizations that communicate using instant messaging platforms address their security and compliance issues. IMS.cloud scans messages and attachments for malware, blocks malicious URLs, protects organizations from data loss and logs messages for compliance purposes without the need for additional hardware and software.