As working from home becomes more long-term, it’s important to secure your cloud infrastructure for remote workers. Cloud Infrastructure allows for great speed and ease of deployment. New infrastructure can be deployed in minutes. The rate of change in cloud infrastructure is far quicker than with on-premise and it is so easy and quick to deploy. This is enabling businesses … Read More
Do You Evaluate Your Security Controls?
With many now working from home and businesses changing, are you sure your security controls are robust enough? When checking your security posture, be sure to ask the right questions. The only way you can really see if your security controls are working effectively is to test them. There are many tools available to do this. However, you need to … Read More
The Impact Of Coronavirus & How Security Testing Comes Into Play.
The Coronavirus outbreak has caused a global panic. It has taken its toll on a number of major industries. Gily Netzer from Cymulate examines the impact it has left on the travel industry, supply chain and manufacturing, and on the world economy. She then advises how security testing comes into play. We need to make sure our security is ready. … Read More
Modern Cloud SIEM Solutions from Rapid7
As everything is moving to the cloud, Rapid7 explain why modern SIEM is in the cloud and what benefits you can expect from a cloud SIEM. Modern cloud SIEM solutions enable three new use cases In the past, SIEM has been most valuable around: Correlation: Give me context, and help me investigate alarms triggered by my stack Compliance: Help me prove that … Read More
Vulnerability Management & Cloud Security
Cloud Security is becoming a top priority. Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) is now the fastest growing area of the cloud. This is due to the speed, cost and reliability with which organisations can create and deploy applications, according to McAfee’s latest report –‘Cloud Native – Infrastructure as a Service Adoption & Risk Report’. Unfortunately, the results of their survey … Read More
The Dark Web and Ransomware-as-a-Service This month our partner, Vipre, reported on Ransomware-as-a-Service and the impacts this could have on the industry. Jason Norton advised, ‘Ransomware is a form of malware that encrypts, or locks a user out of and away from their critical data. Typically, the attacker demands monetary payment in exchange for a decryption key that promises to unlock the … Read More