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How to Improve Breach Detection in the Cloud

How to Improve Breach Detection in the Cloud

Security and proper incident response are business-critical concerns which cannot be treated as afterthoughts. In fact, as technology supports almost all business-critical decisions and activities, security and compliance must be prioritized and embedded into an organization’s business practices. In complex, cloud environments, the threat of breaches and other security issues still loom large, but with […]

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Misconfigured Servers Leave 2.3 Billion Private Files Exposed

Misconfigured Servers Leave 2.3 Billion Private Files Exposed

OVERVIEW A report filed over the weekend detailed research that discovered more than 2 billion files exposed online from a variety of sources, including cloud servers, network-based storage, and company-owned data repositories. The discovery includes a massive trove of credit card information, medical records, private photographs, and details of intellectual property patents. While not all […]

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If You Can See It, You Can Secure It: Anomaly Detection in the Cloud

If You Can See It, You Can Secure It: Anomaly Detection in the Cloud

No matter what you sell to customers, you are in the data business. Data is used to help your people make better decisions, deliver better products and services, and maintain competitive advantages. The trove of data you’re sitting on includes all kinds of private information, including payment card details, employee records, health data, and various […]

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Visibility is Critical for Workload Threat Defense

Visibility is Critical for Workload Threat Defense

The dynamic nature of public cloud and hybrid environments expose applications to new forms of threats and cyber-attacks. Unfortunately, legacy security solutions are unequipped to handle these new threat vectors. Often, threats evade detection for extended periods of time. Longer threat detection cycles not only raises the organization’s risk profile, but it also impacts the bottom-line. […]

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