Tag Archives: security

API Management – Anyway you want it!

- By Andy Thurai (@AndyThurai) and Blake Dournaee (@Dournaee). This article originally appeared on Gigaom. Enterprises are building an API First strategy to keep up with their customer needs, and provide resources and services that go beyond the confines of … Read more >

How APIs Fuel Innovation

There has been so much talk about APIs and how they add additional revenue channels, create brand new partnerships, allow business partners to integrate with ease, and how they help with promoting your brand. But an important and underlooked aspect, … Read more >

Taming Big Data Location Transparency

Andy Thurai, Chief Architect & CTO, Intel App security & Big Data (@AndyThurai) | David Houlding, Privacy Strategist, Intel (@DavidHoulding) Original version of this article appeared on VentureBeat. Concern over big government surveillance and security vulnerabilities has reached global proportions. … Read more >

Intel Mashery: Security without the pain

Intel Mashery: Security without pain Top security threats for 2013 include “hacktivism” attacks, botnet malware, distributed denial of service attacks, and identity theft. The problems are well known and yet there is still resistance to spending the capital on prevention … Read more >

You are Gazetted…

Recently the government of Singapore passed a bill (or “Gazetted” as they call it, which sounds a lot fancier) about protecting personal data of consumers: http://www.mica.gov.sg/DPbillconsultation/Annex%20D_Draft%20PDP%20Bill%20for%20Consultation.pdf “Protection of personal data 26. An organisation shall protect personal data in its custody … Read more >

Context Aware Data Privacy (part II)

As a continuation to part 1, where I discussed the issues with Data Protection, we will explore how to solve some of those issues in this article. People tend to forget that hackers are attacking your systems for one reason … Read more >