Not all data is sensitive and hence an equal and balanced investment in securing all data categories is not justified. This article presents an architecture that leverages cloud-computing, cloud-storage and enterprise key-management Infrastructure(EKMI) to lower costs while complying to data-security regulations.
Security concerns are the number one barrier to cloud services adoption. How do we evaluate a vendor's solution? What is an optimal security architecture? What are consumer versus provider responsibilities? What are industry standard patterns in this regard? This article answers some of these questions based on first hand experience dealing with large scale cloud adoption.
In this IEEE article, author Eric Olden discusses an identity fabric that links multiple applications to a single identity to manage the volume of user identities that network administrators must secure and to enable a full-scale cloud adoption.
In this IEEE panel discussion article, guest editors Ivan Arce and Anup Ghosh facilitated the discussion on cloud computing security risks.
In this article, Michael Poulin elaborates on the differences between of governance and management and tries to explore the 'wonderland' of governance in a service-oriented environment. 3
This article discusses significant new threats to host agents, outlines a generic architecture for malware detection, based on enhanced cloud computing, and outlines enhanced computing solutions.
The authors, from Intel, offer a three pronged approach to providing secure transmission of high volume HTML traffic using CPU instructions and a novel RSA algorithm to significantly reduce costs. 5
Botnets are the latest scourge to hit the Internet and this article provides and presents several promising anti-botnet defense strategies that specifically target current and emerging trends.
Answering: What are the cloud computing benefits, public or private clouds, providing infrastructure or a platform, how can a client enforce regulatory compliance, and others.
This article explores the structural economic changes brought up by service orientation and how the concept of services and the reuse of services promise long lasting relief from the cost treadmill.
This article discusses the combination of three ideas, virtualization, service-orientation, and grid computing into a single concept and computing platform concept.
The confluence of three technologies, (virtualization, service orientation, and grid computing), is explored to create a foundation for re-examining both technical and business system design issues. 2