The Numbers Behind Cloud User Error

In the not-too-distant past, service providers had a tough time convincing enterprise IT departments that cloud platforms were secure enough for corporate data. Fortunately perspectives on cloud have matured, and more and more organizations are migrating their sanctioned file sharing applications to the cloud. Fast forward to 2020, when Gartner predicts 95% of cloud security failures will […]

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2016 Prediction #2: The “What” Matters More than the “Who” in Mobile Security

This is the second in our series of cybersecurity predictions for 2016. Stay tuned for more through the end of the year. As we look toward 2016, I think there’s good reason to consider several shifts that we’ve seen in tactics used in recent attacks. Developments in several of these areas will play a significant […]

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TDrop2 Attacks Suggest Dark Seoul Attackers Return

While researching new, unknown threats collected by WildFire, we discovered the apparent re-emergence of a cyber espionage campaign thought to be dormant after its public disclosure in June 2013. The tools and tactics discovered, while not identical to the previous Dark Seoul campaign, showed extreme similarities in their functions, structure, and tools. In this post, […]

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Cloud Security Alliance Summit Los Angeles 2015 To Feature Top Experts from Entertainment and Enterprise on Lessons Learned in Cloud Security

Speakers from The Honest Company, PwC, University of Oxford, Microsoft, Google, SpaceX and Evident.io to Be Featured at the Upcoming Inaugural Event Los Angeles, CA – November 17, 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 […]

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