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Why Organizations Are Still Learning From the Uber Breach

Why Organizations Are Still Learning From the Uber Breach

Photo by Dan Freeman on Unsplash This has been a rough month for Vasile Mereacre and Brandon Glover. These two gentlemen were arrested for their parts as the hackers who stole millions of users’ data from Uber in 2016, and were also indicted on federal hacking and extortion charges for stealing user data from 55,000 […]

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We just looked at 2 billion #cloud events

I Just Looked at 2 Billion Cloud Events. Here’s What I Found.

Photo by Jase Ess on Unsplash Our relationship with Lacework customers usually starts with a 30-day trial of our solution. Going in to it, they typically acknowledge lack of necessary visibility into their cloud environment. They also, however, tend to massively discount the reality of threats and risks to which they’re exposing their users and data. It’s not […]

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AWS Misconfiguration

5 Steps to Eliminate AWS Misconfigurations and Open S3 Buckets

I’m an ardent consumer of security news. Sure, it’s part of my job, but reading these stories can still be a real eye-opener. Take, for example, the on-going news about S3 bucket misconfigurations. Cyber criminals have taken notice that buckets configured to allow “All Authorized AWS Users” would, well, allow all authorized AWS users. Not […]

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Amazon Web Services

Lacework Announces New Capabilities Enabling AWS Customers to Rapidly Implement Security Best Practices and Proactively Identify S3 Buckets at Risk

Mountain View, Calif. – November 15, 2017 – Lacework™, the industry’s first solution to bring automation, speed and scale to cloud security, today announced new features that enable Amazon Web Services (AWS) customers to easily and continuously maintain an AWS cloud configuration that is compliant with proven security best practices. Lacework now automatically reports on […]

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