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 we take a look at how your industry peers are thinking about focusing on what matters by taking a look at the 2019 AWS Security Report.
CloudPassage has once again partnered with the 400,000-member Cybersecurity Insiders community to explore key concerns and interests related to security and compliance in Amazon Web Services environments. The AWS Security Report for 2019 summarizes survey data on how companies using AWS are responding to security threats in the cloud, and what tools and best practices IT cybersecurity leaders are prioritizing in their move to the cloud.
You can find a link to the full AWS Security Report for 2019 at the bottom of this post, but if you’re looking for key takeaways, here are the top 4: