Brian Bourne started his career back in 1992 working on large, complex infrastructure for one of the big Canadian banks. Today he provides leadership to 3 separate companies, a professional services firm, CMS Consulting Inc., a managed services firm, Infrastructure Guardian Inc., and what has become the largest security event in Canada, the Security Education Conference in Toronto (SecTor), operated by Black Arts Illuminated Inc.
Brian is also the co-founder and sits on the current executive of TASK, a Toronto based security user group with over 3100 members. When he’s not working or triathlon training, he’s spending time with his amazingly supportive wife and kids or wrenching in the garage.
When speaking about cloud, the terms “data sovereignty” and “data residency” come up frequently. Within the private sector, there is still a great deal of FUD (fear, uncertainty, and doubt) about topics such
You’ll read lots of reviews out there describing Windows 8 as a schizophrenic operating system. All those reviews are true. No need to repeat them here. The separation between Windows 7 functionality and
By Brian Bourne There have been no shortage of Cloud service failures recently. The latest being discussed in this ITBusiness article: “Dropbox drops the ball on account security”. So this raises the question.