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If Reindeer Were Hackers
You know Dasher, and Dancer, and Prancer, and Larry from IT, and V00d00 51lv3r…
ESP @ Work: Cloud Security enables “Convenience on Demand”
American coffee company and coffeehouse chain worked closely with Evident.io to define requirements for custom security controls and integrations, giving them confidence to expand deployment to the cloud.
Predictions 2018: Why Serverless Processing May Be Wave of the Future
Evident.io’s CEO, Tim Prendergast, and VP of Customer Solutions, John Martinez, weigh in on the trends and strategies they see taking center stage in the coming year.
ESP @ Work: Continuous Security and Compliance in the Cloud
This guide provides profiles of organizations that are using Evident Security Platform to better identify and fix cloud security issues like threat detection, misconfiguration management, risk remediation and compliance with industry standards. These snapshots that describe what challenges our customers are facing and the solutions they are using to overcome them.
You Might Not Get Any Smarter in 2018, But AI Will
Evident.io CEO Tim Prendergast offers his insights into the rapidly growing trend around adoption of multicloud strategies for organizations.
16 Ways to Protect Your Cloud from Ransomware
2018 has been a year in which we saw ransomware attacks on individuals, global corporations, and even the government. In this ebook, we look at the different pieces of the cloud stack and address their unique security needs with precautions that enterprises should take to make their environment far more resistant to ransomware threats.
News and Perspectives on Cloud Security
Cloud computing: Getting bigger but more complicated too
It looks like many are moving to a strategy of using multiple “micro clouds”. While some see opportunities to increase IT and business efficiency, others fear digital fragmentation.
The 10 Biggest Data Breaches Of 2017
This is a year-end compilation you most certainly don’t want to be on.
Three Malware Campaigns Come Alive for the Holiday Shopping Season
Some are getting Scrooged during the holidays; three malware strains — GratefulPOS, Emotet, and Zeus Panda — have sprung to life with new active campaigns just in time for the holiday shopping season.
This is a Security Bloggers Network syndicated blog post authored by Patrick Flanders. Read the original post at: Cloud Sentry Blog