Microsoft Power Apps data exposure: Prioritizing sensitive data with secure configuration settings

Security misconfigurations are one of the most common gaps hackers look to exploit. One bad configuration setting in a popular cloud platform can have far-reaching consequences, allowing threat actors to access an abundance of valuable, personal information and use it to their advantage. Over the last 12-18 months, the COVID-19 pandemic has driven the rapid […]

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Keys to the cloud: Unlocking digital transformation to enhance national security

According to recent research, federal spending on cloud computing is anticipated to grow from $6.8 billion in 2020 to nearly $7.8 billion in 2022. As this adoption accelerates, the information environment remains highly distributed and riddled with duplicative information, hindering decision makers with limited access to authoritative data, poor data integration across disparate systems, and […]

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MSPs that cannot modernize will find themselves and their clients falling behind

MicroAge sought feedback from IT professionals to explore the performance of modern (and not-so-modern) managed service providers (MSPs). The survey found that even satisfactory MSPs are falling short in certain key areas: cloud strategy, security, and IT spending. MSPs and their clients falling behind as remote workforce evolves As remote and hybrid workforces continue to […]

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9 tips to avoid cloud configuration conundrums

Configuration-related errors continue to result in avoidable losses of customer data and, consequently, their trust and loyalty, as well as revenue. The recent T-Mobile’s breach is reported to be the result of a misconfiguration that made an access point publicly accessible on the internet. Luckily, there are tactics one can deploy to avoid cloud configuration […]

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Most Fortune 500 companies’ external IT infrastructure considered at risk

Nearly three quarters of Fortune 500 companies’ IT infrastructure exists outside their organization, a quarter of which was found to have a known vulnerability that threat actors could infiltrate to access sensitive employee or customer data, a Cyberpion research reveals. External IT infrastructure and assets at risk 73% of Fortune 500 companies’ total IT infrastructure […]

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Clearing Up Elements of Cloud Security

In this episode, Tripwire’s Brent Holder and Raymond Kirk discuss what cloud security means today. Breaking down the different aspects of cloud security controls, they cover the technology, security implications and risks with cloud use. Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/5UDKiGLlzxhiGnd6FtvEnmStitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/the-tripwire-cybersecurity-podcastRSS: https://tripwire.libsyn.com/rssYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLgTfY3TXF9YKE9pUKp57pGSTaapTLpvC3 Tim Erlin: On the latest episode of the Tripwire Cybersecurity Podcast, I had the pleasure […]

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Only 30% of enterprises use cloud services with E2E encryption for external file sharing

A recent study of enterprise IT security decision makers conducted by Tresorit shows that majority of enterprises use additional encryption methods to boost the security of cloud collaboration and file transfer, however, tools with built-in end-to-end encryption are still less frequent despite the growing popularity of this privacy and security enhancing technology. The recent global […]

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