Cloud security has become increasingly complex and distributed. The rapid transition to remote work and increased cloud adoption have changed the IT landscape dramatically, which has produced new vectors for cyber attacks and data breaches. Today’s cyber criminals aren’t necessarily trying to knock down doors. Organizations are actually leaving many of them open themselves. According to Gartner, through 2023, “…at least 99% of cloud security failures will be the customer’s fault.”
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The rapid adoption of the cloud – in most cases multiple clouds – has created a rapid increase in security issues. Follow these five steps to discover how enterprises can address their cybersecurity framework issues directly.
In my last article, I discussed the importance of walking the terrain, or knowing your network. I suggested beginning at the at high level: identify your sites, then group your assets by site or facility. This is a great place to start understanding your network because network controls tend to be fairly static. However, discovering […]
You’ve been asked to defend your organization from a myriad of threats: state sponsored attacks, cyber criminals, insiders. But where do you start?
Many years ago, as a young Marine lieutenant I learned that the first step to establishing a defense is to understand what you’re defending. You must know the terrain. Walk the terrain. Understand the key parts […]