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What’s in your cloud?

The lack of visibility into the expanded cloud attack surface is a fast-growing problem that is only getting worse. Although we have seen misconfigurations in the cloud before, the Capital One breach is a sobering reality check for the security industry. We need to vastly improve threat detection and response in cloud environments. The attack…
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Cloud Security

3.2 million LA County 211 records exposed on misconfigured AWS S3 bucket

The Los Angeles County 211 service left about 3.2 million call records on an exposed AWS server that included a wide variety of personally indefinable information on callers along with the sometimes very personal reason they called looking for help. The data on the server, which was discovered by Upguard, included three million lines of call…
Cloud Security

Data breach exposes about 4 million Time Warner Cable customer records

Time Warner Cable, now known as Spectrum, became the latest company to realize exactly how vulnerable its data is when a third-party vendor entrusted with its safety made an error exposing millions of records. Kromtech Security Center researchers discovered late last week that about four million Time Warner customer records were exposed when it found…
Network Security

OneLogin hacker swiped AWS keys, can decrypt stolen data

OneLogin is reporting its recent data breach was made possible when a hacker obtained access to a set of Amazon Web Service keys through a third-party vendor. With this, the hacker was enabled entry into its U.S. data center compromising all its records. The password management firm said the stolen keys gave the intruder access…
Diluted Freedom Act passes House to privacy advocates' dismay
cyberattack, Security News

Campaign staffer’s husband arrested for DDoSing former Rep. Katie Hill’s opponent

The husband of a campaign staffer for former Rep. Katie Hill, D-CA., was arrested by the FBI for allegedly launching four DDoS attacks against the former congresswoman’s primary opponent. Arthur Dam was arrested on February 21 by FBI agents and charged with one count of intentionally damaging and attempting to damage a protected computer. In…
Corporate News, Security News

FireEye adds Cloudvisory to its stable

FireEye has acquired the cloud-security startup firm Cloudvisory. FireEye said the deal places a capstone on its collection of cloud security offerings enabling it to offer customers a one-stop-shopping environment for their cloud security needs. “Cloudvisory gives our customers the ability to actively auto-discover cloud assets to map their policies and relationships in Amazon AWS,…
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Data Breach, Security News

Half a million Teletext Holidays files unsecured

UK-based travel company Teletext Holidays left a trove of its customer data unsecured, exposing 530,000 files including some to 200,000 audio files of calls made by customers. The Amazon Web Services (AWS) server, left unsecured for three years, showed the names of the users, their email and home addresses, telephone numbers and dates of birth, reported…
Executive Insight, Opinion, Security News

Adapting the classical art of penetration testing to the cubist world of cloud

Many technical practitioners may believe that, at the end of the day, penetration testing is penetration testing. Proper penetration testing, however, is an art that must adapt over time. As an artist’s tools, materials, and media evolve, art evolves. With this evolution in “technology, techniques and approaches must change as well. Our “IT medium” has…
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