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One of the common questions we hear from customers who are moving to the cloud is about security. Many times customers believe that security is something they have to take on by themselves or something that is automatically taken care of by a cloud provider.
This is the last in a series of posts that provided a deeper view into cloud security and some of the key questions it sparks. In the seventh installment, I invited Roy Feintuch, co-founder and CTO at Dome9 Security to discuss its “security groups” solution in depth. Today, I’ll round up the previous posts in this series.
This is the seventh in a series of posts that will drill deeper into cloud security and some of the key questions it sparks. In the sixth installment, I highlighted a few of our Cloud Tools Marketplace partners that specialize in cloud security. Today, I’ve invited Roy Feintuch, Co-founder and CTO at Dome9 Security, to discuss their solution in more depth.
This is the sixth in a series of posts that will drill deeper into cloud security and some of the key questions it sparks. In the fifth installment, I highlighted somecompliance standards and regulations that keep the cloud secure. In this sixth installment, I will showcase some of our Rackspace Cloud Tools partners that focus on security in the cloud.
This is the fifth in a series of posts that will drill deeper into cloud security and some of the key questions it sparks. In the fourth installment, I highlighted network security in the cloud. In this fifth installment, I will highlight compliance and regulations that keep the cloud secure.
This is the fourth in a series of posts that will drill deeper into cloud security and some of the key questions it sparks. In the third installment, I highlighted physical security in the cloud and the physical security measures Rackspace has in place to protect its cloud customers’ data. In this fourth installment, I will highlight network security in the cloud.
This is the third in a series of posts that will drill deeper into cloud security and some of the key questions it sparks. In the second installment, I highlighted the spheres of responsibility and looked at which security components are Rackspace’s responsibility, and which are the customer’s. In this installment, I will discuss the physical security measures Rackspace has in place to protect its cloud customers’ data.
This is the second in a series of posts that will drill deeper into cloud security and some of the key questions it sparks. The first post examined the many faces of cloud security. In this second installment, I will highlight the spheres of responsibility and look at which security components are Rackspace’s responsibility, and which are the customer’s.
This is the first in a series of posts that will drill deeper into cloud security and some of the key questions it sparks. In this first installment, I will highlight some of the different facets of cloud security.
As cloud computing continues to evolve, I’ve noticed one major difference in the IT executive thought process. When I was meeting with Fortune 500 IT executives a few years back — around 2008 — they had a lot of concerns about cloud computing. They were particularly concerned with security. Inevitably, security would become a main point in any cloud computing conversation.
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