Cloud Security Alliance Releases New Guidance for Identity and Access Management for the Internet of Things

Cloud Security Alliance Releases New Guidance for Identity and Access Management for the Internet of Things

Internet of Things (IOT) Working Group Provides Easily Understandable Recommendations for Securely Implementing and Deploying IoT Solutions Las Vegas, NV – CSA Congress 2016 — Sept 30, 2015 – The Cloud Security Alliance (CSA), the world’s leading organization dedicated to defining and raising awareness of best practices to help ensure a secure cloud computing environment, [...]

Cloud Security Alliance Announces Annual Ron Knode Service Award Recipients

Cloud Security Alliance Announces Annual Ron Knode Service Award Recipients

Contributions from Six Dedicated Individual CSA Volunteers Recognized in Honor of the Late CSA Member and Volunteer Contributor Ron Knode LAS VEGAS, NV – CSA CONGRESS 2015 – September 30, 2015 – The Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) today announced the recipients of its fourth annual Ron Knode Service Award, recognizing six members from the Americas, [...]

AWS re:Invent is Coming – Swing By and See Us!

AWS re:Invent is Coming – Swing By and See Us!

If you’ve got your AWS re:Invent 2015 pass (Oct. 6–9, Las Vegas) and you’re building your schedule, be sure to set time aside to visit us at booth #331, where you can learn more about using our next-generation firewall and threat prevention features to protect your applications and data. Common VM-Series for AWS deployment scenarios [...]

The Risk of Mobile Pivoting in the Enterprise

The Risk of Mobile Pivoting in the Enterprise

While users and enterprises are becoming aware of the risk of mobile-based malware to the sensitive data stored on mobile devices, an often overlooked attack vector is attackers using a compromised mobile device to attack other devices on the network. Mobile devices, as their name implies, are upwardly mobile, often connecting to a plethora of [...]

Updated PClock Ransomware Still Comes Up Short

Updated PClock Ransomware Still Comes Up Short

In recent years, ransomware families are often glamorized as being some of the most dangerous types of malware. They’ve certainly caused a wealth of damage to end users with some of the more prominent malware families, such as CryptoLocker, CryptoWall,TorrentLocker, and TeslaCrypt infecting millions of users overall. For readers that might be unfamiliar with ransomware, [...]