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NSA’s ‘Secret War on Encryption’ Exposed

Sep 9, 2013 |

Documents made public by former intelligence analyst Edward Snowden reveal that the National Security Agency (NSA) has thwarted or circumvented many of the privacy safeguards of the Internet as part of a highly classified program codenamed Bullrun…

Cloud Providers Want Government Stamp of Approval

Sep 28, 2012 |

The GSAs FedRAMP program has cloud providers looking to receive government endorsement.

Can Service Providers Curb Privacy Concerns?

Aug 1, 2012 |

Is there any way to guarantee the security of cloud-based data? A security provider attempts to reduce vulnerabilities and increase confidence with auditing and compliance services.

Cloud Computing for Spies?

Jan 26, 2012 |

US intelligence agencies look to cloud computing to promote better cross-agency communication without compromising security.

Quantum Computing Holds Key to Perfect Cloud Security

Jan 23, 2012 |

Blind quantum computing protocol preserves the privacy of user data in the cloud.

Europeans Go Local for Cloud

Jan 17, 2012 |

Citing privacy concerns, European countries move to strengthen domestic cloud markets.

NSF Funds Multi-University Project on Cloud Trustworthiness

Oct 19, 2010 |

The National Science Foundation has granted $3 million to three American universities as they seek to unravel the complex relationship between cloud security and privacy in the context of service-level agreements.

Computers Without Borders

Oct 23, 2008 |

The cloud may be the ultimate form of globalisation: vast virtualised computer systems and electronic services know no borders.