Security Stack Sheet #105

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  Word of the Week “Event driven cloud architecture” Is cloud security too easy to screw up? Cloud-Unique Threats and Risks Reduced Visibility and Control from customers Separation Among Multiple Tenants Fails Data Deletion is Incomplete Link HERE and Is the Architecture Practice dead? Link HERE and cloud security risks in 2020 HERE and cloud….

Security Stack Sheet #104

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  Word of the Week “Life Is Now a Game of Risk” Understanding how the brain navigates this new reality can build confidence and empathy in everyday decision-making. In general, humans do very poorly with this kind of ambiguity. The less that’s known about a risk, the riskier it seems, and decisions are more fraught….

Security Stack Sheet #103

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  Word of the Week “Perfectly Privacy-preserving AI” How to extract your training data & your model from your ML endpoint? Over the past few years, providers such as Google, Microsoft, and Amazon have started to provide customers with access to software interfaces allowing them to easily embed machine learning tasks into their applications. Overall,….

Security Stack Sheet #102

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  Word of the Week “Native Security Defences for the web ecosystem” Since the advent of modern web applications, such as email clients or document editors accessible in your browser, developers have been dealing with common web vulnerabilities which may allow user data to fall prey to attackers. While the web platform provides robust isolation….

Security Stack Sheet #101

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  Word of the Week “Hype Cycle” as of July 2020 DevOps is a customer-value-driven approach to deliver solutions using agile methods, collaboration and automation. DevOps emphasizes people, culture and collaboration between development, operations and other stakeholders to improve the delivery of customer value. DevOps implementations seek to continually improve the flow of work by….