“When you use the cloud you are ‘outsourcing’ your compute and your data to a provider’s infrastructure, but you must not ‘outsource’ the ownership of your data,” said Gilad Parann-Nissany Read the full article on CIO Enterprise Forum.
One mistake AWS users make is losing control of the data by ‘allowing Amazon or a third party to control their encryption keys’ Using AWS and Solving All Security Issues The Amazon Web Services public infrastructure cloud is seeing massive adoption, and for good reason. Read the full article on CMS/Sys-Con Media
Porticor’ Virtual Private Data (VPD) solution It is a well-documented need, spanning regulatory compliance requirements to basic industry best practiced, that stored data in the cloud needs to be encrypted. This is not unique as many solutions across the industry offer data encryption. That’s the easy part. Read the full article on Computer Technology Review.
AWS made changes to data encryption features for services like S3, giving admins more flexibility and control. But many say it’s still not enough. Vendors like Porticor enable enterprises to encrypt their data under a patented key management product that works with private, public and hybrid cloud environments. Read the full article on Tech Target’s Search AWS.