Two recent surveys provide a good idea on where cloud computing stands today. First, cloud is a growing reality, not just an idea, for enterprises. They are not letting their fear of security stop them. Second, they are not yet ready to put their critical tasks on the cloud. They are possibly testing waters by driving a CRM or an HR app on the cloud.
Google have released a beta of version 1.13 of Skipfish. The open source web application security hole scanner features automatic […]
McAfee have announced a ‘McAfee Cloud Secure program’ which will allow Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) providers to add additional security to their […]
The Apache HTTP Server Project have released version 2.2.15 of the Apache HTTP Server (httpd.) This version of httpd is […]
The Tahoe-LAFS team have released version 1.6 of their Tahoe-LAFS distributed data store. Tahoe-LAFS offers provider-independent security, which means the […]
Security Runtime for SOA Infrastructures (secRT) has been proposed as an Eclipse project. In business projects confidentiality, integrity and authenticity […]
The Apache team have released version 1.5 of security module Apache Rampart. Rampart allows the user to secure Axis2 web […]
JPA Security have released version 0.2.0 of the Access Control Solution for the Java Persistence API (JPA). It enables you […]