- BYOD gaining ground as employees increasingly need mobile access - ""What has happened is everyone started building castles around your data and assumed that the data was going to be contained within the network. …Then it became very apparent that that's not going to be a solution for the long term. Now we need to protect the data wherever it is," said Andrew Storms, director of security operations at nCircle Network Security, a San Francisco-based security auditing firm."
- Judge: Google didn't comply with blogger disclosure order in Oracle trial | ZDNet - "Google suggests that it has paid so many commenters that it will be impossible to list them all. Please simply do your best but the impossible is not required."
- Beyond Open Source in the Cloud teaser - YouTube - Teaser video for my Beyond Open Source in the Cloud talk at #cloudopen
- Rational Survivability » Incomplete Thought: Virtual/Cloud Security and The Potemkin Village Syndrome - "First, the trust models, architecture and operational models surrounding how we’ve “done” security simply are not designed to absorb this much disruption so quickly. The fact that we’ve relied on physical segregation, static policies that combine locality and service definition, mobility and the (now) highly dynamic application deployment options means that we’re simply disconnected."
- Podcast: Jon Masters talks Hyperscale | The Cloud Evangelist - .@EMEACloudGuy interviews Red Hat's Jon Masters about ARM-powered servers and more
- NASA Pulls Off 350-Million-Mile Software Patch | Wired Enterprise | Wired.com - This is pretty awesome.
Monday, August 20, 2012
Posted by Gordon Haff at 2:43 PM