At RSA this year, we introduced a series of new enhancements to Security Analytics – our new app for helping organizations combat security threats and meet compliance requirements. We are now happy to announce the official release of one of these features — Drilldown!
More often than we’d like to admit, we tend to underestimate the impact of every moving part within an organization—especially those that seem small or insignificant. And usually, it’s not until we’re facing the fallout of neglecting that seemingly insignificant factor when we realize what a mistake we’ve made.
The very foundation of exchange between web & client-server protocol started with HTTP, where HTML form was the source of fetching resources - from documents to images. This extensible protocol was designed in the early '90s and has evolved over time. Cache or authentication is the main feature handled by HTTP which has never been compromised. Still, there are dangerous sites that are keen on corrupting the digital world.
The simplest explanation is that the page takes a value and then creates a redirect to it. If /red.php?url=https://example.com created a redirect to https://example.com that would be a typical Open Redirect-vulnerability.
Since financial services industry collects, stores, and transmits sensitive non-public informationinformatino, malicious actors continue to target it. As the financial services industry embraces digital transformation, it opens itself up to new risks. Cloud infrastructures act as a primary target, leading to new risks arising from the new technologies. Emerging risks facing the financial services industry require continuous monitoring to retain a robust cybersecurity posture.
Insider Threats come in many different shapes and forms and can be a frustrating problem to diagnose. Adding to the problem is the fact that even the most reliable and seemingly harmless employees can change in an instant and pose a threat. Protecting your company against these sometimes-unpredictable actors requires an understanding of the various profiles that exist and their motivations.
I’m pleased to announce that CloudPassage’s very own Gregg Rodriguez received a Platinum Hermes Creative Award for his white paper on “Why Security Should Care About ‘The Apple Effect’– How Cloud Computing Unlocks Continuous Innovation.” The CloudPassage white paper examines how Apple’s culture of continuous innovation enabled the company to deliver new products on such a regular basis that consumers now expect that something new is coming. A phenomenon known as “the Apple Effect.”
Wire, the world’s most secure workplace collaboration platform, announces that EY France, a key territory for the global leader in assurance, tax, transaction and advisory services, are using its platform to enhance the security of its communications both internally and with third parties.
Alcide Advisor is released to our Early Access program members. The Alcide Advisor Early Access Program provides an exclusive free access to our new Kubernetes and Istio hygiene advisor tool, before it's being released. The Alcide Advisor scans your Kubernetes deployments to look for any misconfigurations or secrets left behind.