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Meet your shared security responsibility on AWS with CIS

Gartner forecasted that cloud revenue will grow 17% from 2019 to 2020. With the increase in cloud computing, cloud security is more important than ever. Cloud consumption drastically changed in early 2020 when the workforce rapidly went remote. According to Flexera, 59% of enterprises expect cloud usage to exceed prior plans due to COVID-19. With…
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Open S3 bucket exposes one million files of fitness brand V Shred

A misconfigured AWS S3 bucket at V Shred exposed more that one million files, including PII on 99,000 people associated with the fitness brand’s customers. Researchers at vpnMentor led by Noam Rotem and Ran Locar discovered the open server and alerted the company, which apparently removed the file containing the most PII, but kept the…
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How to use cybersecurity to accelerate growth

Cybersecurity often – and rightly – has been viewed as a point of friction and a cost center, but more recently organizations are using it to accelerate growth. When considered early on – in everything from design and development through planning and execution – security can help companies lower risk and get applications and services…
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Misconfigured S3 exposes Twilio users to Magecart attack

A misconfiguration in an S3 bucket that was hosting a Twilio Javascript library caused a bad threat actor to inject code that made Twilio users load an extraneous URL on their browsers that has been associated with the Magecart group of attacks. In a company blog, Twilio said this solely affected v1.20 of the TaskRouter JS…
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Rise in DDoS attacks lost in pandemic

Though they might get lost in all the other security threats exacerbated by the Covid-19 pandemic, DDoS attacks, unsurprisingly, ticked up during the first part of 2020, most handily absorbed by the internet backbone – and the defensive efforts of targeted companies. Disruptions at AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon and streaming companies in mid-June stoked…
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