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Building Trust and Security Through Transparency of Service

Transparency is a great way for cloud providers to demonstrate and prove good security practices to their customers. Often times, however, the transparency stops when outages or service hiccups occur. During an incident, how a cloud provider communicates to its customers says a lot. In a guest post for the Cloud Security Alliance, I discuss why customers should expect clear, transparent SLAs from their service providers, what customers should expect during an incident and why transparency is so important from a security and trust perspective.

Encryption in the Spotlight due to Vulnerable Android Apps

Last week, Ars Technica’s Dan Goodin published a story detailing how downloaded Android applications have the potential to expose the sensitive personal data of more than 185 million users.  Vulnerabilities due to inadequate or incorrect use of SSL/TLS protocol libraries expose everything from online banking and social networking credentials to e-mail and instant-messaging contents.  A group of computer scientists identified 41 applications in Google's Play Market that could leak data from a

Defining the Enterprise Cloud Service – Part 6: Strong Encryption Throughout

During the past few weeks, I’ve written about what it takes to build a cloud service that’s ready for the enterprise. Essentially, there are three characteristics that set true enterprise cloud services apart from their consumer counterparts: Security. Reliability. Trust. When evaluating an enterprise cloud service for those characteristics, there are five traits to look at: