Stuxnet. Duku. DigiNotar. Commodo. The names of exploits and breached organizations reel past like dark clouds of a gathering storm. Cybersecurity programs spread ominously around the world. I’ve seen the importance of international cyberweapons control for some time and wondered why more people weren’t talking about it. But recently, a new voice from the other [...]
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by Dan Blum | February 20, 2012 | 1 Comment
by Dan Blum | February 16, 2011 | Submit a Comment
The ongoing turmoil in Egypt encourages me to finally write this long-fermenting blog post. I’m recalling one of the exchanges from a very interesting dialogue with a company considering a three-tier U.S. hub, world region hubs, and country data center model. After brainstorming about hosting in Europe and Asia with me he asked, “Where do [...]