Finals Week: Cloud Edition
It’s almost summertime—where the nights are longer and the water is warmer! Before we head to the beach it’s time to review all the things we learned about the cloud from the past two quarters.
For #CloudFinalsWeek we’re asking you to prove your knowledge on the current climate of cloud computing and security. Will you be valedictorian or be headed back to class for summer school? Share your cloud finals score on Twitter after completing the assessment to see if you outranked your peers.
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Not prepared? Lucky for you this is an “open-book” test. Find some cheat sheets and study guides below.
Report: Navigating a Cloudy Sky
Blog Post: Cloud is Ubiquitous and Untrusted
More antivirus and malware news?
- Library service interruption, October 30, 2012
- Mozilla bridges Gmail to Persona log-in
- Dropbox makes its play for business users
- Virus-spreading smart bulbs? Researchers say it’s possible
- The Hidden Costs and Headaches of Do-it-Yourself Systems Management
- More signs that Apple A8 chip production is approaching
- AnonGhost hackers deface a fake bank site
- Google for Work bolsters Gmail with data loss prevention
- Service interruption, TrackITS Application, July 23, 2014
- A Russian hacker gave away millions of email credentials for social media votes