Interesting Information Security Bits for 05/11/2009

by kriggins on May 11, 2009

in Interesting Bits

Good afternoon everybody! I hope your day is going well.

Here are today's Interesting Information Security Bits from around the web.

  1. NIST takes on defining the cloud.
    Are the feds the first to a common cloud definition? | The Wisdom of Clouds - CNET News
    Tags: ( cloud )
  2. Ed has penned a nice article on SCAP and vulnerability management.
    How SCAP Brought Sanity to Vulnerability Management
    Tags: ( vulnerability-management )
  3. Want to help shape cloud guidance documentation? Craig tells you how.
    The Cloud Security Alliance Needs You | Cloud Security
    Tags: ( cloud )
  4. This is a bit scary.
    Breaking Into a Home With an iPhone | GNUCITIZEN
    Tags: ( data-availability )
  5. Adrian has a link to a video you must watch. Then ask yourself how far is it from happening.
    Securosis Blog | Data Harvesting and Privacy
    Tags: ( privacy surveillance )
  6. A very good interview that you should read. I caught Lee and Mike Murray's career talk and the ensuing question period at Defcon 15. Good stuff.
    Art of Information Security >> AoIS Interviews Lee Kushner, Part 2
    Tags: ( career )

That's it for today. Have fun!

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