Companies and governments around the world must test their cloud security capabilities to keep sensitive data safe from hacktivists and cyber enemies.
Cloud security must be a team effort between providers and customers. The distribution of responsibility depends on the cloud model.
Cloud security is neither a magic bullet for analysts, nor a particularly vulnerable target for cybercriminals. It all depends on the effort you put in.
A third-party contractor inadvertently exposed Verizon customer data, including names, phone numbers and PINs belonging to 14 million subscribers.
A secure digital transformation requires IDaaS solutions that enable IT to support business mandates without compromising the user experience.
Security intelligence solutions such as QRadar UBA enable analysts to detect potentially malicious activity on Microsoft Office 365 cloud-based apps.
Zombie cloud data — information that lingers in the cloud even after a user supposedly deletes it — can open organizations to data theft and noncompliance.
FSS firms planning to adopt hybrid cloud services must consider the major security challenges and regulatory requirements associated with the technology.
IT professionals must ask themselves tough questions about security to protect their organizations' critical data and hybrid cloud workloads.
Shadow IT is still a challenge for organizations. Security leaders should provide users with the tools they need and monitor unsanctioned use carefully.