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The Schellman Blog

Stay up to date with the latest compliance news from the Schellman blog.

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Cloud Computing | ISO 27001 | CSA STAR

By: RYAN MACKIE
July 14th, 2022

When making decisions about the kind of compliance your organization needs, the process can be akin to creating an ice cream sundae (albeit, less fun).

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Cloud Computing

By: DEBBIE ZALLER
May 9th, 2017

The CSA recently announced that the STAR Program will now allow a one-time, first-year only, Type 1 STAR Attestation report. What is a Type 1 versus Type 2 examination and what are the benefits for starting with a Type 1 examination?

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Cloud Computing | Privacy

By: JASON RHOADES
October 17th, 2016

According to a recent survey published by RightScale Inc., more than 90 percent of businesses use some form of cloud technology. The benefits of using the cloud are clearly undeniable, but that doesn’t mean getting set up and running on the proper solution for your organization is effortless.

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Cloud Computing | Security | Privacy

By: Schellman
October 6th, 2016

In 2014, researchers with Carnegie Mellon University and Intel discovered a potential attack against computer memory, one that attacked the electrical properties of the hardware rather than attacking a weakness in software. The attack, colloquially known as Rowhammer, works against the properties of modern computer memory, specifically the layout of memory spaces in rows.

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Cloud Computing | CSA STAR

By: RYAN MACKIE
July 12th, 2016

In the popular modern musical Hamilton, the titular character is given an opportunity by George Washington. Hamilton can stay on the front lines of the American Revolution, or he can become the general’s aide-de-camp. It’s a choice between gaining glory amidst the fighting or an office job with an opportunity to influence who would become our first president.

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Cloud Computing

By: CHRISTINA MCGHEE
May 20th, 2016

Originally published at cloudsecurityalliance.org Today, consumers have an increasing interest in implementing cloud solutions to process and store their data.  They are looking to take advantage of the benefits provided by cloud computing, including flexibility, cost savings, and availability.  Fortunately, there are many cloud solutions available to consumers, touting cloud computing features such as multi-tenancy, virtualization, or increased collaboration.  But is it really a cloud service? 

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Cloud Computing

By: SCOTT ZELKO
March 31st, 2016

Surprisingly, business leaders—not IT departments—are the driving force behind six out of 10 migrations to the cloud. These leaders are often bothered by the nagging question, “Is the cloud secure?” This question is usually followed by a series of debates about just how secure the cloud is.

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Cloud Computing

By: AVANI DESAI
March 14th, 2016

Co-Authored with  Kurt Long from Fairwarning and originally published on informationsecuritybuzz.com Today’s modern CRM systems are vital to your business’ success. CRM data now holds every aspect of your business’ proprietary information from corporate intelligence to sales data; as well as your customers’, from buying patterns to PII. A data breach to your CRM could be devastating to your organization resulting in lawsuits or irreparable harm to your brand’s reputation and customer trust. With so much at stake, here is what you need to know to protect your CRM.