There are quite a few interesting, and for me exciting, things coming up over the next couple of months so I wanted to provide a brief update around these and some upcoming posts I’ll be making;
1. I’ll be speaking at the CSA summit at RSA Europe! This is a cloud security event on the afternoon of Monday 8th October, just prior to the main conference. I’ll be giving a presentation about SecaaS (Security as a Service) and the SecaaS working / research group covering research we have done, the previous and recent publications and where we plan to go next. The talk may be recorded, if it is I will post a link to it here, and I’ll also be uploading my slides. The list of speakers and more information about the event can be found here;
2. I’m attending the Service Technology Symposium in London on the 24th-25th September; this is an annual event covering various aspects of Cloud, SOA (Service Orientated Architecture) and Service Technologies. Examples of the conference tracks include;
– Cloud architecture and patterns,
– Enterprise Cloud architecture
– Service Engineering
– Governance frameworks
– REST and web services
I’ll likely be following various portions of the tracks relating to cloud architecture, patterns and governance. Expect various posts relating what is discussed.
3. I am attending the RSA conference Europe in London from the 9th through the 11th October. This years conference heading is ‘The Great Cipher; Mightier than the Sword’. The premise of this is that sharing knowledge and learning at event such as this is the key to staying ahead of the bad guys. Looks to be loads of great talks from people like Bruce Schneier et al; again look out for various posts on what I learn and what is discussed during this conference.
4. Security as a Service Implementation Guidance v1.0 is about to be published. 10 documents covering each of the 10 categories of service we identified last year are going to be published any day now. This has been a pretty large undertaking bringing a disparate group of predominantly volunteer contributors together across the 10 different subject areas to produce a (relatively) coherent whole! Although this is just v1.0 and will likely receive various updates it is a great step forward for anyone wanting to implement or just better understand Security as a Service. I’ll provide an update post when these a officially out the door and available for public downloading.
And of course my Masters and the next steps of the SecaaS research group will also be continuing.
Lots coming up; keep checking back!