The need for AWS security has increased as S3 buckets have evolved from a dumping ground for data to the home for critical cloud-native applications, says Clumio co-founder and CEO Poojan Kumar. Information in S3 buckets is susceptible to both accidental deletions and cyberattacks.
The push to migrate applications to cloud-native architectures has driven increased use of containers and created the need for more security, says Veracode CEO Sam King. Veracode's expertise in application security helps the company identify open-source code and known vulnerabilities in containers.
In the next three years, CISOs face daunting challenges, including rapidly changing threat vectors, new APT attacks and the implementation of new defensive solutions, says Anuprita Daga, chief information security officer and chief data protection officer at Yes Bank.
Why is credential stuffing hard to solve? Are weak passwords the only reason behind credential stuffing attacks? Experts Sanjay Singh, head of DevSecOps at Games24x7, and Navaneethan M., CISO at Groww, explain how geo-based authentication, user behavior analytics and monitoring can detect breaches.
IT and security organizations can simplify the zero trust journey in the cloud by allowing internet traffic to go directly to the required destination instead of routing through the data center, says Sudip Banerjee, field CTO for Zscaler for the Asia-Pacific and Japan region.
As the banking sector undergoes digital transformation, the future of banking requires both securing transactions and building cyber resiliency through consistent cyber drills and creating a private network for secure financial transaction, says professor D. Janakiram, director of IDRBT.
Some organizations struggle with deciding whether to add an XDR framework to the existing threat detection and response layer, but a good analysis engine can simplify the process of processing data from multiple sources, according to SentinelOne's Vats Srivatsan and Diwakar Dayal.
When it comes to advanced threat response, most financial institutions say their current abilities are average. Only one-third say automation is crucial to how they identify and respond to threats. This ebook is developed from a recent survey & related panel discussion of APAC and ANZ experts who analyze the state of...
ExtraHop has snagged high-profile Check Point, Cylance and Optiv executive Chris Scanlan to help the network security provider reach $500 million in annual recurring revenue. The Seattle-based network detection and response vendor has tasked Scanlan with strengthening ExtraHop's go-to-market motion.
Cyberattackers love to strike on weekends and holidays - that's not news. What is news: These attacks cost more than weekday incidents, and they take a heavy toll on defenders. Cybereason's Sam Curry shares insight from the new study "Organizations at Risk: Ransomware Attackers Don’t Take Holidays."
Complexity is the enemy of security, and information technology grows ever more complex. Have we created a problem space in computing so complicated that we will be unable to safely operate in it for its intended purposes? Fred Cohen says that's unlikely. He discusses managing risk in the future.
When it comes to advanced threat response, most financial institutions say their current abilities are average. Only one-third say automation is crucial to how they identify and respond to threats. This panel of APAC and ANZ experts analyzes the state of security automation in financial services.
With massive digitization and cloud adoption, the attack surface has broadened and new threats have emerged. Challenges like ransomware, supply chain attacks and financial fraud continue to pose problems for security practitioners.
The State of Ransomware report in 2021 states that, 77% of retail organizations were hit by ransomware, up from 44% in 2020.
This is a 75% rise over the course of a year, demonstrating that adversaries have become more capable.
In fact, in 2021, retail reported the second highest rate of ransomware attacks of...
In 2022, 56% of lower education organizations and 64% of higher education organizations were hit by ransomware in the last year.
This is a considerable increase from the 44% of education respondents that reported an attack in our 2021 survey (based on 499 respondents across lower and higher education).