The recent Verizon breach—data exposed by an insecure Amazon S3 bucket—highlights the need for enterprises to have visibility into how partners and other stakeholders keep their data secure.
When it comes to protecting your environment against ransomware and other looming threats, you need to cover every layer of your cloud stack. Here are nine practical actions you can take now.
The similarities between hackers and security programmers can be an advantage; admire their ingenuity but with an unrelenting take-down mentality.
Complex IT environments require timely visibility into risk and compliance, and that only happens with continuous monitoring and automation.
Replacing outdated spreadsheets with automated, continuous monitoring reduces workload and increases reliability, making compliance easy.
Together CPS and customers can achieve a better security posture, they just have to embrace the shared security responsibility model.
IT leaders remain on the hot seat when it comes to the ability to continuously monitor the state of their data and operations. How hot is your seat?
Organizations can’t bypass security in favor of speed, making SecOps a perfect complement to DevOps.