With cloud misconfigurations rampant in cloud storage and IaaS environments, adding security layers to identify them is crucial for securing sensitive data.
The number of exposed records has hit record highs in just the first two quarters.
More than 300,000 users still utilize credentials that have been compromised – with people visiting video streaming and porn sites most at fault, Google found in a new study.
700,000 customer records were exposed after being housed on a vendor’s server that lacked appropriate security.
The insurance giant serves at least 83 million U.S. households.
Personal data of 2,000 journalists was found publicly accessible on a spreadsheet on the website for popular trade show E3.
More than 100 million customers have had their data compromised by a hacker after a cloud misconfiguration at Capital One.
Gamers are easy pickings for credential crooks, thanks to lax security hygiene and poor gaming company practices.
Meanwhile, remediation times are ballooning to a year or more in the case of malicious attacks, according to Ponemon Institute.
Security experts say the attack stemmed from weak cybersecurity controls.