SONY- What’s the answer?

Posted by Michael Logan on

Attacks and data exposure continue to plague SONY all over the globe. Countless articles continue to discuss the problem and then talk about how companies in general need to be more proactive with encryption”: The company has warned investors that last month’s attack will cost it approximately 14 billion yen ($167 million). This will further…

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Virtual & Live!

Posted by Michael Logan on

We’re currently wrapping up our sponsorship at this week’s GRC Summit in Boston. There have been some excellent workshops and discussions, and it has been a great opportunity to further illustrate both the benefits of our data masking solution and consulting expertise

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Another reason Apple misses ZFS

Posted by Adam Leventhal on

Apple recently announced a new iMac model — in itself, only as notable as the seasons — but with an interesting option: users can choose to have both an HDD and an SSD. Their use of these two is absolutely pedestrian, as noted on the Apple store: If you configure your iMac with both the solid-state drive…

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Delphix Next

Posted by Adam Leventhal on

It’s rare to get software right the first time. I’m not referring to bugs in implementation requiring narrow fixes, but rather places in a design that simply missed the mark. Even if getting it absolutely right the first time were possible, it would be prohibitively expensive (and time-consuming) so we make the best decisions we…

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“Game Changer”

Posted by Michael Logan on

Obama is known for using terms like “game changer” when he campaigns or shares ideas. However, the President just introduced a Federal breach notification bill that truly WOULD be a game changer. The majority of what’s proposed sounds a lot like what’s already out there, until this very significant portion: “The president’s proposal also includes…

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“Yeah, about that cloud…” (Featured in Reuters)

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The Sony breach is continuously unfolding not only details of the breach itself, but also topics surrounding other related subjects- like cloud computing. I was interviewed today by Jim Finkle of Reuters for this story that calls into question the “unkowns of the cloud”: Analysis: Sony woes may cause some to rethink cloud computing Jim…

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