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Cybersecurity firm acquires Cloud Security firm

Fidelis Cybersecurity firm has made it official that it is going to acquire cloud security firm CloudPassage for an undisclosed amount. Thus, the deal will enable the former to strengthen its stand in safeguarding endpoint networks to the core by detecting and responding to adversaries early in their attack cycles.   Technically CloudPassage is known […]

Security Mistakes and the Culture of Innovation

This post was originally published by CloudPassage. We live in a culture of rapid innovation, but that innovation can result in a variety of security mistakes. Businesses must innovate quickly to compete in today’s markets, and software and public cloud infrastructure, or IaaS, are significant enablers of that innovation. Software is a fast mechanism to […]

What the 2019 AWS Security Report Tells Us About Preventing a Cloud Data Breach

This post was originally published by siri oaklander. In the wake of the recent Capital One security breach in their cloud environment on AWS, the security community is taking another look at how we approach cloud security. CloudPassage recently shared guidance in our blog, “Capital One Data Breach: Non-Technical Tips To Not Be A Headline”. Here […]

Preventing a Capital One Cloud Data Breach

This post was originally published by amol sarwate. On July 29, it was announced that there was a Capital One cloud data breach. A hacker had accessed about 100 million credit card applications, and investigators say thousands of Social Security and bank account numbers were also taken. This comes on the eve of the news […]

Real-time Vulnerability Alerting

This post was originally published by amol sarwate. Here at CloudPassage, we’ve been researching how public data can be used for real-time vulnerability alerting using principles from the United States Tsunami Warning Center. I am excited to announce that we will be presenting and demonstrating initial results from this research at the OWASP Global AppSec […]

Capital One Data Breach: Non-Technical Tips To Not Be A Headline

This post was originally published by CloudPassage. In the last 48 hours, we’ve received dozens of messages asking about the recent Capital One data breach, detailed in this New York Times article.  A similar data breach happened in April involving half a billion Facebook records in another cloud-related headline hack, and we had a similar influx from […]

What the 2019 AWS Security Report Tells Us About Preventing a Cloud Data Breach

This post was originally published by siri oaklander. In the wake of the recent Capital One security breach in their cloud environment on AWS, the security community is taking another look at how we approach cloud security. CloudPassage recently shared guidance in our blog, “Capital One Data Breach: Non-Technical Tips To Not Be A Headline”. Here […]

Why IaaS requires cloud security automation

This post was originally published here by gregg rodriguez. Public cloud infrastructure is a significant and powerful part of an enterprise’s competitive arsenal but to protect such fast-moving environments requires such as Iaas require cloud security automation. In our cloud-driven economy, software has become the battleground of innovation, and public cloud infrastructure, or IaaS, — along […]

Capital One Data Breach: Non-Technical Tips To Not Be A Headline

This post was originally published here by CloudPassage. In the last 48 hours, we’ve received dozens of messages asking about the recent Capital One data breach, detailed in this New York Times article.  A similar data breach happened in April involving half a billion Facebook records in another cloud-related headline hack, and we had a similar influx […]

Top 5 breakouts to attend at AWS re:Inforce 2019

This post was originally published here by gregg rodriguez. AWS re:Inforce 2019, the biggest cloud security event of the year, promises to deliver as a hands-on conference offering a deep dive into the latest approaches to security, best practices and risk management using AWS services, features, and tools, as well as product offerings from AWS […]

CloudPassage Halo is an on-demand, automated security platform that works in any infrastructure, at any scale. Halo is delivered as a service, so it deploys in minutes and scales dynamically — with no servers to provision and configure. With Halo, our customers deploy layered security at every workload – servers, virtual machines, cloud instances and containers.
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