On October 28 2014 the New York Technology Council presented, as part of its Security Track, David Maman of GreenSQL speaking on Protecting Sensitive Data in the Cloud: New Approaches to Mitigate Database Security Risk. As data moves to the cloud, databases are increasingly vulnerable to breaches, and as a result enterprises need to ensure that they apply rigorous strategies and controls to protect their information assets. This talk is a brief review of how to classify and discover data, manage the risks associated with migrating data to the cloud, and identify effective tools and techniques to detect and respond to data breaches. Video is below.
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New York Technology Council – The Economics of Cloud Computing – Myths and facts about the true cost of cloud computing – at EisnerAmper NYC on November 7 2013.
Several high-profile companies have made statements over the past year, claiming that the cost of operating in the cloud is higher than they could achieve by building their own data centers. The NY Technology Council hosted a panel discussion on the economic issues of cloud computing.
- How much does cloud computing really cost?
- Can you perform an accurate TCO analysis of cloud computing?
- When might a traditional data center make sense over the cloud?
- Are there other benefits to cloud computing that need to be considered
Aaron Klein – Co-Founder, CloudCheckr Inc
Lenny Herold – Head of Infrastructure Solutions, Corsis
Dianne O’Brien – Senior Director of Business Development for Cloud & Enterprise, Microsoft
Andrew Brust, Founder/CEO, Blue Badge Insights
WEBCAST TODAY: CITI State of Telecom 2013 – Can #Broadband Networks Handle #Cloud-Based Video Media? #citisot2013
Today, Thursday September 26 2013, the Columbia Institute for Tele-Information (CITI) will host State of Telecom 2013 at Columbus Business School NYC. This year this annual conference has the theme is ‘Can Broadband Networks Handle Cloud-Based Video Media? Technology, Business Models, Market Structure, And Policy‘, and launches a multi-year, multi-discipline project on “Cloud TV” which follows CITI’s work on ultrabroadband (UBB), broadband infrastructure deployment and investment, and “over-the-top (OTT) video.
ITU Secretary-General Hamadoun Touré will deliver a lunchtime keynote. Panelists include Susan Crawford, Stephen Conroy, and Henning Schulzrinne. The event will be webcast live via the Internet Society Livestream Channel.
What: CITI State of Telecom 2013
Where: Columbia Business School
When: Thursday September 26 2013 9am-5.15pm EDT | 0500-1315 UTC
On January 17 2013 the New York Technology Council kicks off their 2013 program with a compelling event – Benefits of Cloud for Video and Image that will explore the “Pros, cons, and risks of cloud for high-quality video and images”. This topic is likely to be a bit of an eye-opener as to the kind of thing NYC’s media professionals could do with the affordable gigabit or similar bandwidth available elsewhere, if and when it arrives here…
Recognizing the interest to our members, NYTECH has kindly once again offered to discount their regular $20 event fee for ISOC-NYers who wish to attend. Register via our meetup page.
What: Benefits of Cloud for Video and Image
Where: Anchin, 1375 Broadway, 23rd Floor (@ W.37 St.)
When: Thursday January 17 2013, 6.30pm
Webcast: Will be recorded
Twitter: #cloud | #nytech
On Wednesday 7/25/2012 at 12:30 p.m.The U.S. House of Representatives Committee on the Judiciary’s Subcommittee on Intellectual Property, Competition, and the Internet will hold a hearing on: “Cloud Computing: An Overview of the Technology and the Issues facing American Innovators”
Witness/webcast details are yet to be announced.
On Thursday May 17 2012 the Internet Society Webcasting Channel will stream live the Internet Society Hong Kong Chapter (ISOC-HK) event “Building Trust in Cloud Computing” Summit 2012, which will inaugurate the Cloud Security Alliance – Hong Kong & Macau Chapter. It will be one of the most prominent cloud security events ever in Southern China, and features notable speakers from the CSA, NIST, Intel, and the Hong Kong Government. Since Hong Kong is 12 hours ahead of NYC, the webcast will kick off at 9.30pm EDT on Wednesday for NYC viewers.
What: “Building Trust in Cloud Computing” Summit 2012
When: Thursday May 17 2012 9.30am-5pm HKT | 0130-1300UTC | 2130(weds)-0500EDT
Where: Cyberport, Hong Kong
Twitter: isochk | cloud security alliance | #cloud
The Positive Internet – Deconstructing The Cloud – 1/23-1/25 Philly/NYC/Hoboken #cloud #FOSS @posipeople
The Positive Internet, a company that actively promotes and supports free and open software usage, hosted Richard Stallman in Boston on Thurs Jan 19, addressing the topic Freedom in “the cloud”: Is it possible?. This coming week three followup events Deconstructing The Cloud will be held in Philadelphia, NYC, and Hoboken. Admission is free.
What: Deconstructing The Cloud
Speakers:Nick Mailer – co-founder, The Positive Internet Company | Yuriy Rusko – co-founder, Forumatic
Philadelphia, PA – Monday, January 23, 2012, 6.30pm
Omni Hotel Independence Park,401 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19106
New York, NY -Tuesday, January 24, 2012, 6.30pm
The New York Palace Hotel, 455 Madison Avenue at 50th Street, New York, NY 10022
Suspenders Restaurant. 111 Broadway, New York, NY
Hoboken, NJ – Wednesday January 25, 2012, 6.30pm (sold out)
Mission 50, 50 Harrison St. Hoboken, NJ 07030
How: Free. Register: http://positive-internet.net/events/deconstructing-the-cloud
Webcast: Nothing known at this time.
Twitter: @posipeople | #FOSS | #cloud
Video is now available of the New York Technology Council and Internet Society New York Chapter (ISOC-NY) joint event “New Techniques for Protecting Cloud Data and Security” on Jan 5 2012.