Cisco on Tuesday launched a number of new enterprise security products and features, as well as a threat awareness service, as an expansion to its Security Everywhere strategy announced in June.
While many firms cite security and privacy concerns as the reason they do not use cloud services, small and medium-sized businesses could benefit from the security protocols offered by cloud providers.
The Cloud Security Alliance kicked off this week a working group to define an open API for cloud security.
A full 80 percent of chief security officers do not think traditional network security tools can adequately protect cloud infrastructure, according to a survey of CSOs.
To address cloud security concerns of enterprises, Microsoft unveiled on Monday a new cloud security technology called Verifiable Confidential Cloud Computing that offers a "lockbox" to protect cloud data when it is being accessed to make calculations or perform other tasks.
Poor employee security behavior and cloud security are top worries of IT pros, according to a survey commissioned by data backup and disaster recovery firm Sungard Availability Services.
While long a concern of IT security pros, data security in the cloud is now getting the attention of the C-suite, according to a survey by the Cloud Security Alliance sponsored by Skyhigh Networks.
The internet will become the corporate network perimeter, predicts Paul Lipman, CEO of cloud security service provider iSheriff.
Despite the efficiency improvements and costs savings that cloud computing promises, enterprises continue to drag their feet because of security worries. In fact, three-quarters of businesses rate their cloud security as fair or poor.
Many Amazon Web Services users lose control of their data by giving up control of their encryption keys to Amazon or a third party, warns Gilad Parann-Nissany with cloud security provider Porticor.