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How to mitigate cloud ransomware

Expert Ed Moyle looks at ransomware in the cloud and how it differs from traditional ransomware attacks. Find out how your organization can prepare for both.

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A look at microsegmentation in the cloud

The use of cloud microsegmentation in enterprises has been met with some hesitation. Expert Dave Shackleford discusses why there are reservations and what the benefits are.

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Aligning the NIST CSF with cloud services

Aligning the NIST Cybersecurity Framework with cloud services like AWS and Azure can improve cloud security. Expert Ed Moyle explains how to best use the framework for the cloud.

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How to run a secure hypervisor deployment

A hypervisor deployment can put the security of an organization at risk, but there are ways to make it secure. Expert Judith Myerson outlines how to make the process safer.

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    McAfee adds Skyhigh Networks for cloud security push

    In its first big post-Intel move, McAfee agreed to acquire Skyhigh Networks, a leading cloud access security broker, to strengthen its presence in the cloud security market.

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    G Suite security faced similar issues to Amazon Web Services, as misconfigured access permissions could have exposed sensitive information from hundreds of Google Groups.

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    Following a number of data leaks related to improper AWS S3 bucket policies, Amazon has begun sending warning emails to users with public permissions.

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