Posts Tagged security

Automation – Franchise Your Network

As some of you may or may not know, I take my presentation slides seriously. I blame my EMC vSpecialist Speak America training (which I highly recommend) to starting this obsession. I try to find a way to make my slides be plain and simple and to make my message clear. I use metaphors. For […]

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Breaches Preventing Shopping or Does It?

I recently saw this interesting “USA Snapshot” from USA Today. I love these snapshots… quick and easy and starts the discussion. It certainly started this discussion because I happened to be with my sister. I told her that I found this statistic about credit card breaches stopping people from shopping at their stores fascinating. She said […]

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My Thoughts about Security in 2014

As we finish up 2014 and start 2015 (for some reason I dislike odd numbered years…) I wanted to reflect on my life. Not on a professional level and definitely not on a personal level but on a security level. It seemed like 2014 was the “Year of the Hacks”. All kinds of hacks from […]

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Do as I Say, Not as I Do – Security

The great thing about my new job… I get to talk about security all day. Whether it is talking about VMware vCloud Networking and Security or the security of the hypervisor or even security requirements or just sitting around with co-workers… security is my game and I am here to play Recently though I got […]

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EMC World 2012 HoL – vShield App with Data Security – Lab #13

Lab #13… this year, the #13 proved why it is considered an unlucky number. Don’t get me wrong, it was not unlucky all the time… just at certain moments. If anything, I was the luckiest because I got to build out and write lab #13 for the Hands on Labs at EMC World 2012. This […]

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VSI (virtual storage integrator) is a Security feature

Recently I was doing a breakdown of the FREE VSI plugin for VMware. It is available from EMC for EMC storage. It is a plugin that provides a single management interface to manage EMC storage within the vSphere environment. There are a lot of components of it and a lot of great capabilities. As I […]

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NIST SP800-144 “Guidelines on Security and Privacy in Public Cloud Computing” – A Relationship Manual

Participating in a public cloud means that there are two independent parties involved. When two parties are involved, a relationship is formed. Just like every kind of relationship… it is hard. Each party has their own expectations and often times these expectations are not met and feelings get hurt. There are arguments and frustrations and […]

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