Ty Murphy2019-10-31T12:08:24-05:00October 30th, 2019|
The 4 Biggest Barriers to Cloud Adoption The cloud has fundamentally changed how enterprises structure their IT infrastructure and architecture. We’ve seen analyst reports positing that roughly 90% of enterprises are utilizing the cloud
Matt Dean2019-10-16T09:43:13-05:00October 15th, 2019|
SSRF Defense Step 3: Eliminate Excessive IAM Data Access PermissionsThe final guardrail in our SSRF Defense series is all about eliminating IAM policies with excessive data access permissions. For anyone new to this series, these
Matt Dean2019-10-15T20:17:01-05:00October 3rd, 2019|
SSRF Defense Step 2: Manage IAM Role Location Restrictions The second guardrail in our SSRF Defense series is all about managing IAM role location restrictions. For anyone new to this series, these solutions are
In How S3 Buckets Become Public, and the Fastest Way to Find Yours we reviewed the myriad of ways S3 buckets become public and where to look for them. Today I'll show the easiest way to continuously monitor for public
Company secures $2.5 million seed round investment led by Rally Ventures Kansas City, MO — October 17, 2018 DisruptOPS Inc. today introduces its SaaS-based cloud management platform to implement automated control of cloud infrastructure. Through the continuous assessment and enforcement
How S3 Buckets Become Public and the Fastest Way to Find Yours In What Security Managers Need to Know About Amazon S3 Exposures we mentioned that one of the reasons finding your public S3 buckets is so darn difficult
If you see me speaking about cloud it’s pretty much guaranteed I’ll eventually say “Cloud security starts with architecture and ends with automation.” I’m nothing if not repetitive. This isn’t a quip, it’s based on working heavily in cloud for
I just got back from the Boston DevOps Days. I really enjoy hanging around DevOps and cloud people. The energy of these conferences is great, and they are genuinely excited about transforming how their organizations build and deploy applications. Many
Continuing from "What Security Managers Need to Know About Amazon S3 Exposures (1/2)"... In our first post we discussed how the exposure of S3 data becomes such an issue, and some details on how buckets become public in the first
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