The Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) announced in late September that the Security as a Service working group has published its first white paper, “Defined Categories of Service 2011”. The purpose of this group’s research is to identify consensus definitions of what Security as a Service means, to categorize the different types of Security as a [...]
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by Dan Blum | October 7, 2011 | Submit a Comment
by Dan Blum | February 21, 2011 | 1 Comment
This irresistible pun-and-metaphor popped into my head Sunday morning after my wife showed me the Economist’s Enomaly SpotCloud article, and it stuck, leaving no option but to succumb to writing what is for me an unusually short and chatty blog entry. For all the upcoming sarcasm or irony, I believe cloud brokerage has a shot [...]
by Dan Blum | October 22, 2010 | Submit a Comment
We used to always talk about “Internet years.” Now, to coin a phrase, we may talk about “cloud years.” The notion of compressed time frames particularly struck me on a briefing today with Eric Olden from Symplified; I told him I’d just gone over my notes from our previous briefing in May and that seemed [...]