New from Evident.io
Interview with Tim Prendergast, Founder and CEO at Evident.io
Tim provides background on the foundations of Evident.io and an overview of the state of the cloud, security, and how he’s helped build a fast-growing, innovative start-up.
The Evolution of DevSecOps Revisited [Webinar Replay]Have SecOps and DevOps been effective in fostering collaboration of the seemingly contradictory teams to align their disparate goals into a singular effort or have they slipped into the primitive security models of the past? Our panel of experts discussed relationship between DevOps and SecOps and explored whether or not it has evolved to be as harmonious as we hoped.
ESP @ Work: Continuous Security and Compliance in the Cloud
Evident.io works with hundreds of InfoSec and DevOps professionals of all experience levels across every industry to make cloud infrastructure security and compliance easier. In this guide you’ll find snapshots that describe what challenges our customers are facing and the solutions they are using to overcome them.
Measure Your Cloud Security in 5 Steps
Because of constant change, you’re never dealing with the same cloud environment for very long, so it makes measurement difficult. Here are five steps to follow to determine if your team is actually making progress towards your cloud security and compliance goals.
News and Perspectives on Cloud Security
Zero-Day Attacks Major Concern in Hybrid Cloud
Securing cloud-based and legacy systems is a balancing act, and businesses have a tough time staying upright. As the race to the cloud picks up speed, many are struggling to fully protect their hybrid environments from zero-day attacks.
LA Times Hit by Cryptojacking, Hacker Leaves Friendly Note
A hacker not only hijacked the LA Times’ code to get its visitors to mine cryptocurrencies but also left a friendly note telling the newspaper it should update its cloud storage settings.
Supreme Court to Hear Case Called ‘Existential Threat’ to Cloud Computing
This June the US Supreme Court will decide a case with significant international and privacy implications for cloud computing and the privacy of data.
GitHub Survived the Biggest DDoS Attack Ever Recorded
This week, 1.35 terabits per second of traffic hit the developer platform GitHub all at once. It was the most powerful distributed denial of service attack recorded to date—and it used an increasingly popular DDoS method, no botnet required.
*** This is a Security Bloggers Network syndicated blog from Cloud Sentry Blog authored by Patrick Flanders. Read the original post at: https://cloudsentry.evident.io/cloud-security-this-week-03022018/