Cloud Security This Week – March 23, 2018

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A CISO’s Series of Unfortunate Events
Considering the always-increasing potential for threats to your environment, a CISO’s day can become a montage of nightmares before their car even arrives in the parking lot.

Incidents Happen, But Are Some of Them Avoidable?
Security and proper incident response are business-critical concerns, and managing the aftermath of a security breach or cyber attack is no easy task.

Hybrid Cloud Security: Emerging Lessons
Evident.io CEO Tim Prendergast speaks about hybrid cloud security lessons that are coming to light as technology matures and use increases.

Has DevSecOps Succeeded In What It Was Created to Accomplish?
John Martinez, VP of Customer Solutions at Evident.io, says that DevSecOps comes down to successful embedding of security best practices, and automating those best practices within DevOps teams and organizations.

News and Perspectives on Cloud Security
European Power Plants Brace For Russian Hack Attacks
The U.S. Computer Emergency Readiness Team warned that Russia had hacked into a number of public and private companies in the energy sector, including power plants.

Puerto Rico Power Utility Hacked
Puerto Rico’s bankrupt power utility, PREPA, said on Monday it had been hacked last weekend, but customer information was not compromised.

Everyone Knows How to Secure Elections. So Do It.
A Wired piece about how to approach and implement security for digital elections.

New Bug Bounty Program From Netflix
In need of a new side hustle? Netflix is paying up to $15,000 each to hackers who expose flaws in its system.

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This is a Security Bloggers Network syndicated blog post authored by Patrick Flanders. Read the original post at: Cloud Sentry Blog