Digital fraudsters are sending out emails and SMS messages that link to tech support scams hosted on popular cloud platforms.
When evaluating cloud providers, it's important to understand who is responsible for cloud security. Since the lines are often blurred, encryption is imperative to keep your data from prying eyes.
Companies should look for a cloud security solution that sits in front of the database and can send traffic to your existing tools without having to install any software on the database.
Enterprises Using IaaS or PaaS Have 14 Misconfigured Instances on Average, Cloud Adoption Study Finds
A cloud adoption report found that companies that deploy infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) or platform-as-a-service (PaaS) have an average of 14 misconfigured instances running at a given time.
A recent survey revealed that nearly 40 percent of cybersecurity professionals struggle to detect and respond to cloud security incidents.
Business leaders often rush to migrate corporate assets to cloud environments to boost productivity and lower costs, but adopting cloud services without proper oversight can put data at risk.
The traditional mission of security is evolving under the influence of several key trends regarding the functions, staffing, processes and core capabilities of the security operations center.
Cloud security must be a team effort between providers and customers. The distribution of responsibility depends on the cloud model.
A recent study revealed that security professionals face a new kind of shadow IT due to the widespread migration of custom apps to the cloud.
Despite its many cost and efficiency benefits, adopting SaaS can introduce new security issues if not managed and tested according to best practices.