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GDPR and the technology market

Question: will the new privacy policies and laws impact the technology market? This is an interesting question to ask ourselves; whether we are consumer of the technology market or technology vendors the impact of the new technologies (from cloud to IoT, from industry 4.0 to big data just to name the most acknowledged from a marketing point of view) privacy regulations can affect heavily our behaviours and the market. so let try to understand what could be the implications of this new focus on privacy and data protection. First of all we should try to understand what we are talking…

Watching the new presidents’ acts and talks (and the possible future outlook) And I am scared

I usually do not write here about political stuff, if not in rare occasions but, hey, this is my blog at the end so I can express my feeling and thoughts. I was watching today some videos related to USA president elected Donald Trump and his approach to the news (he would tweet: Fake news, sad!) and, honestly, I am scared to dead. I do not like Mr Trump, USA citizens elected him so I have to cope with that, but this does not means I have to like him. I found most of his tweet questionable, his cult of…

What is Openstack

OpenStack is an open source platform for creating and managing large groups of virtual private servers in a cloud computing environment. The platform supports interoperability between cloud services and allow businesses to build and deploy private cloud services in their own data centers. The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) worked with Rackspace, a managed hosting and cloud computing service provider, to develop OpenStack. RackSpace donated the code that powers its storage and content delivery service and production servers. NASA contributed the technology that powers their high performance computing, networking and data storage cloud service. OpenStack has a modular architecture…

The IoT Files – Business Models

The IoT Files – Business Models Ok we talked about security, privacy and infrastructure in the last post Here we are. do we really think that IoT will work in the current business model environment? Well I have to tell you, probably it would not. The key factor of IoT will be if it will be able to generate revenue? the problem of revenue is related to the fact they should cover the infrastructure costs, in order to do so, since we already seen that infrastructure costs will be big, as well as security, privacy implication that have, also, a cost, selling devices will not be…

Attenzione! run di attacchi ransomware in Italia

Sono già due giorni che ricevo notifiche di aziende e soggetti colpiti da diverse versioni di Kryptoloker ed altri ransomware. Evidentemente c’è una recrudescenza di questi attacchi nel nostro paese in questi giorni. Alcune versioni sono rimaste “undetected” anche dai maggiori antivirus che stanno provvedendo a emettere patch specifiche (kudos a Sophos per la rapidità ed efficienza di intervento in un caso da me incontrato). Per i non addetti al settore, questi malware si installano in macchine ospiti infettate ed iniziano a procedere alla encryption di documenti, files e cartelle. Se la macchina ha accesso a share remoti anche questi…

V-Valley Security: Cloud e Information Technology

Questo secondo articolo è tratto dalla mia seconda presentazione tenuta in occasione dell’ICT Trade di ferrara. Il focus è dedicato alle problematiche inerenti il “cloud”. Uno dei termini che va per la maggiore al giorno d’oggi è il termine “cloud”. Cosa in realtà significhi questo termine e cosa ci sia dietro, però, eè spesso oggetto di confusione e fraintendimento, che differenza c’è fra “cloud”, “internet” e “remoto”? cosa sono davvero i servizi cloud? e cosa significa “cloud” in termini di sicurezza?   Le Basi del Cloud   Innanzi tutto occorre capire cosa significhi cloud. In funzione dei vari messaggi MKTG…

Security Solutions Discussed by Industry Leaders in SecuritySolutionsWatch.com Interviews With HP, ImageWare Systems, March Networks, Nuance, StrikeForce, Xcluesiv Cloud Technology

SOURCE: SecuritySolutionsWatch.com March 06, 2014 00:01 ET RYE BROOK, NY–(Marketwired – Mar 6, 2014) – ImageWare Systems, Inc. (OTCQB: IWSY) and StrikeForce Technologies, Inc. (OTCBB: SFOR) ***** HP Enterprise Services Mr. Rob Wigley, Director, Cybersecurity…

Trend Micro Enhances Complete User Protection Solution to Address Demand for Greater Flexibility in Deployment and Management of Security

Provides simple, comprehensive security across endpoints using cloud, hybrid or on-premise deployment DALLAS, April 15, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — Trend Micro Incorporated (TYO: 4704; TSE: 4704), a global pioneer in security software, today announced major…

PRISM Lessons On Privacy, Cloud and US IT Companies

PRISM Lessons On Privacy, Cloud and US IT CompaniesTECHNOLOGY PRISM Lessons On Privacy, Cloud and US IT Companies By Antonio Ieranò on August 31, 2013 at 7:17 PM Contents [hide] 1 Could we have anticipated this? 2 Security is a trust based affair 3 Cloud considerations 4 Privacy and encryption 5 Conclusion Every day new information emerges on the extension of NSA’s PRISMprogram. We discovered that e-mail, phone calls, services, even conference systems have been cracked and gone under illegal surveillance. We also learned that the NSA paid US tech giants like Microsoft, Google, Yahoo, AOLto allow this and when this was not possible resources were brutally hacked. Related articles The death of the cloud has…

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