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NEWS & INDUSTRY UPDATES

ShiftLeft emerges from stealth mode with new solution designed to protect cloud applications and microservices, and with over $9 million in funding [Read More]
Accenture leaks over 100GB of data, including private keys and credentials, via four unprotected cloud storage containers [Read More]
UpGuard launches CyberRisk, a new product designed to help organizations automate third-party vendor risk management [Read More]
Oracle announces new cloud security services and improvements to existing products at company’s OpenWorld convention [Read More]
Most companies are unprepared for DNS attacks and a quarter of the ones that have been hit reported significant losses [Read More]
Cisco closes backdoor that could have allowed hackers with access to its data centers to hijack customers’ Umbrella virtual appliances [Read More]
Cloudflare says all customers will receive unmetered DDoS mitigation, and organizations will be able to select the geographical location of their SSL keys [Read More]
An unprotected AWS S3 bucket operated by a Verizon engineer leaked details on the telecoms giant’s internal systems [Read More]
Unprotected AWS cloud storage bucket leaks internal access credentials and other critical data from Viacom [Read More]
Two point of sale (POS) malware families have been abusing thousands of publicly accessible ElasticSearch nodes for command and control (C&C) purposes, Kromtech security researchers warn. [Read More]

FEATURES, INSIGHTS // Cloud Security

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Jim Ivers's picture
Organizations should fear security concerns when considering moving applications to the cloud. But they need to recognize that moving web applications to the cloud does not make them secure.
Jennifer Blatnik's picture
While using containers to secure your organization is a relatively novel approach, it can lead to cost savings and massive scalability.
David Holmes's picture
How do you secure application components when they’re shifting from cloud to cloud? Any traffic traversing from one public cloud to another is by definition crossing the Internet and should therefore not be trusted.
Alan Cohen's picture
Traditional incident management approaches that rely on network monitoring and detection of attacks are also falling short in today’s agile and distributed computing world.
Alan Cohen's picture
Now that we are coming up on the second “year of the hack”—who said good things only come around once, right?
Marc Solomon's picture
To ensure you understand and can address the main security challenges cloud apps can introduce to your organization, you need additional visibility and context.
Marc Solomon's picture
How do we handle the responsibility that cloud computing brings? It’s a responsibility that must be shared among vendors, users, business leaders, and IT security professionals and involves three key aspects.
Alan Cohen's picture
Like other forms of technical debt, security debt must be paid down, which ultimately leads to a more agile and secure enterprise.
Danelle Au's picture
If your organization is not equipped to deal with the security of Emergent IT, it is probably not equipped to deal with the security of mainstream applications sanctioned by IT.
Joshua Goldfarb's picture
When moving to the cloud, companies must understand the implications, enumerate the risks, and mitigate those risks accordingly.