A missing “S” could cost your company dearly. Many otherwise-savvy business professionals don't know the difference between Managed Service Providers (MSPs) and Managed Security Service Providers (MSSPs).
In the cloud era, the DMZ has become more important – and more vulnerable – than its original architects ever thought possible.
No cloud implementation – in any business unit at any company – is perfect. That’s a given. IT administrators, directors, and CIOs have always been forced to make compromises between convenience, cost, and security.
Everyone values efficiency and simplicity, which is why thousands of technology startups and established companies have been “disrupting” the old way of doing business with new solutions for long-standing challenges.
Bad news for cloud proponents! The security firm Skyhigh Networks reports that 7% of Amazon S3 buckets are set to unrestricted public access, meaning that anyone with a link to the server can read it.
Has your attack surface increased as you've moved more workloads to the cloud? While moving to the cloud can be a great idea, it can also be a security headache for IT departments who have not increased their security staff to keep up with the demand. All it takes is one data breach to put your organization at risk and endanger the value that moving to cloud brings.