Posts Tagged 'data center'

Have 5 minutes? Let’s talk about the public cloud and usage-based security “Q3’2015 – AWS reported $2.1 billion in revenue and $521 million in profit. That’s a 78 percent rise in revenue and 432 percent rise in profit over last year.”[i] Hold on, let’s review those numbers, pause and then rethink our data center/server investment costs. The […]

The fallout from the OPM breach continues with news that clearance information may have been stolen and that more than 10 million federal employee records may have been breached. In response, the White House has ordered every agency to engage in a “30 day sprint” to shore up and bolster their defensive cybersecurity capabilities. During […]

This is part IV in a series on proactive defense using a proven professional services security methodology My heart sank as one of my employees was recently telling me a chilling story about her 18-year-old son’s rollover car wreck.  I kept waiting to hear the horrible outcome. But, the result was incredible.  With a Nissan […]

Although VMworld wrapped a few weeks ago, we’re still spinning over the excitement and buzz that was generated around the event. VMworld 2014 was a special benchmark for both McAfee and Intel, as we presented the first Intel Security product (the Intel Security Controller), and also showcased Intel Security’s capabilities with a united booth presence […]

Anyone with the responsibilities around server, infrastructure or computing knows to request, demand and expect 99.999% availability or refer to it as five 9s. So why isn’t there a default expectation to server security whether it’s sitting in a data closet, delivered as IaaS or in the near future instrumented as an element as part […]