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February 06, 2010

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Michael D. Bonasera

Exciting news! Can't wait to read it. Its the security concerns that I'm most interested in...

Hopefully you will have some details on the evolving encryption strategies for data inside the cloud... Presently, in order to perform searches or run calculations on encrypted data in the cloud, the data has to be decrypted first, then the process runs, then the data (and the results) are re-encrypted. However, there are some exciting developments about allowing these processes to run on the data while still encrypted which would obviously do quite a bit for the security of the raw data and of the resulting data.

Also, if two virtual machines are running on the same machine, sharing the same physical memory, it has been demonstrated where one of the machines can penetrate any of the other machines that are using the same memory source(s). An update on the evolving ways to solve this problem would also be great to see. (I think Microsoft has come out with a white paper on this topic, but I'm not sure...)

Thanks!

Ben

Excellent. Im curious to read abouut the ethical dilemmas involved.

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