- December 07, 2018
News roundup: A critical Kubernetes vulnerability was found in the system's API server and could have a wide reach. Plus, ESET found 21 new Linux malware families, and more.
- October 04, 2018
Palo Alto Networks looks to bolster its cloud security portfolio with a $173 million acquisition of cloud security startup RedLock and integrate it with Evident.io technologies.
- August 09, 2018
At Black Hat 2018, a Netflix security engineer introduced a new open source tool designed to more effectively monitor AWS credentials in large cloud environments, like Netflix's.
- June 12, 2018
Security researchers discovered an unsecured Kubernetes console leading to a Weight Watchers exposure, but, allegedly, no personal data was leaked as a result of the issue.
- June 08, 2018
Amazon Web Services and Google Groups have seen data exposures due to poor configurations by users. Now, some have accidentally shared passwords on Trello boards.
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- April 25, 2018
At RSA Conference 2018, SentinelOne CEO Tomer Weingarten talks with SearchSecurity about his company's shift to the cloud and what it means for endpoint security.
- April 23, 2018
At RSA Conference 2018, CyberArk researchers described how threat actors are able to gain access to cloud environments and elevate privileges through 'shadow admins.'
- April 17, 2018
Why are enterprises still struggling with identity and access management in the cloud? Experts at RSA Conference discuss the issue and the risks posed by compromised credentials.
- February 01, 2018
A new study on cloud data security provides insights into the shaken confidence in the cloud. Despite its increased use, payment and customer data still appears to be at risk.
- January 17, 2018
Cloudflare takes inspiration from Google's BeyondCorp with a new service called Cloudflare Access, which aims to replace corporate VPNs and embrace perimeter-less security.
- November 28, 2017
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.
- July 25, 2017
G Suite security faced similar issues to Amazon Web Services, as misconfigured access permissions could have exposed sensitive information from hundreds of Google Groups.
- July 19, 2017
Following a number of data leaks related to improper AWS S3 bucket policies, Amazon has begun sending warning emails to users with public permissions.
- February 14, 2017
At RSA Conference 2017, Tenable Network Security introduced a cloud-based vulnerability management platform called Tenable.io that allows users to import and export vulnerability data.
- February 13, 2017
At RSA Conference 2017, Skyhigh Networks explained how it expanded its cloud access security broker model to include IaaS platforms and custom enterprise applications.