Cloud Security Alliance
With the credential and first examinations to be available in 2014, (ISC)2 and CSA will identify the areas of required expertise, practice domains, and a globally accepted benchmark for the level of experience required to denote competency.
by: Asia Cloud Forum editors 25-Apr-2013
Following the release of Microsoft Security Intelligence Report v.14, Microsoft's Trustworthy Computing Director Tim Rains explains whether enterprises can guard themselves against the most prevalent cyber threats with cloud adoption.
by: Carol Ko 18-Apr-2013
"Government regulations keeping pace with the market," "exit strategies," and "international data privacy" were found to be the top three areas where organizations have the lowest confidence in cloud computing, according to ISACA and CSA's "Cloud Maturity Study."
by: Carol Ko 20-Nov-2012
StarHub has teamed up with several technology partners to fulfill the requirements of an Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore tender for the supply of cloud services to the public sector.
by: Asia Cloud Forum editors 23-Oct-2012
Moving to the cloud does not just affect technology. It affects people, IT and operation. The transformation to cloud permeates every levels of the organization and thus executives are rightfully concerned about the transformation to cloud despite the promises that cloud brings.
by: Kenneth Ho, Cloud Security Alliance 17-Oct-2012
Microsoft has made available a Cloud Security Readiness Tool, which organizations can use to understand their systems, processes, policies and practices.
by: Asia Cloud Forum editors 17-Oct-2012
By having the right identity management processes, enterprises can provide employees with secure and convenient access to cloud apps via single sign-on from mobile devices -- whether BYOD or not.
by: Asia Cloud Forum editors 24-Sep-2012
The Cloud Security Alliance has announced additional details of its Open Certification Framework, and its partnership with the British Standards Institution to ensure the framework is in line with international standards and is based on a comprehensive certification process.
by: Asia Cloud Forum editors 05-Sep-2012
Jim Reavis, co-founder and executive director of Cloud Security Alliance, sees current cloud deployments as Cloud 1.0, a new business model with old technologies. As the industry heads towards Cloud 2.0 with true multitenant technologies, identity management will become more crucial.
by: Khoo Boo Leong 05-Sep-2012
CSA's new big data group aims to provide research and guides on six specific themes: big data-scale crypto, cloud infrastructure, data analytics for security, framework and taxonomy, policy and governance, and privacy.
by: Asia Cloud Forum editors 30-Aug-2012