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Featuring 5 Papers as of September 17, 2013
The Security Onion Cloud Client Network Security Monitoring for the Cloud Masters
Joshua Brower - September 17, 2013
Network Security Monitoring (NSM) is the "collection, analysis, and escalation of indications and warnings to detect and respond to intrusions."
An Introduction To Securing a Cloud Environment
Todd Steiner - November 27, 2012
As government and private industry budgets continue to shrink, executives are plotting new strategies to become more efficient and cost effective.
Diskless Cluster Computing: Security Benefit of oneSIS and Git Masters
Aron Warren - April 16, 2012
This paper introduces the joining of two software packages, oneSIS and Git. Each package by itself is meant to tackle only a certain class of problem.
Cloud Computing - Maze in the Haze
Godha Iyengar - October 18, 2011
In recent days, Cloud Computing has become a great topic of debate in the IT field. Clouds, like solar panels, appear intriguingly simple at first but the details turn out to be more complex than simple pictures and schematics suggest.
Following Incidents into the Cloud
Jeff Reed - March 1, 2011
The availability and use of cloud computing continues to grow. Discussions of and references to its benefits and issues grow at a similar pace. As it continues to move from a sort of SOA of the Wild West into the mainstream, more companies will face the myriad questions arising from its use. When, why, where and how should integration with the cloud occur? How can one be certain that a cloud provider will survive through an organizations technology integration lifecycle?
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