Vulnerabilities in the cloud are growing in number and severity, and risk leaders must learn how to respond. IBM reports that cloud vulnerabilities have increased 150% in the last five years.
We are witnessing a global digital transformation, and cloud computing is the foundation and future of the digital world. It offers many benefits, but it’s crucial to understand what cloud security means and how to secure your data, applications, infrastructure, and workloads.
In this free webinar, we get advice from Amazon and Google cloud security experts on how organizations can benefit from cloud security services and features and the challenges around people, processes and technologies when adopting the cloud.
Businesses are under attack, hackers are getting smarter, and the cost of a ransomware attack is going up. The average cost of an attack for small to medium size businesses? $200,000. For enterprise organizations, attacks cost, on average, $14.8 million annually. And even, scarier, 60% of small to medium-sized businesses that are hacked go out of business within six months.
On September 1st of this year, China’s Data Security Law went into effect, including strict guidelines on data residency. Combined with the existing Cybersecurity law and the PIPL regulation to come into effect on November 1st, this creates new requirements for data storage and processing. Companies that do business in China may need to keep some data in China only. This has significant implications for global companies that rely on Salesforce.
Digital businesses have widespread API usage that makes it easier for organizations to share data and integrate with customer applications. However, since APIs expose application logic and sensitive data such as Personally Identifiable Information (PII), APIs have increasingly become a target for attackers leading to many serious data breaches in recent past. Gartner estimates that by 2022, API abuse will become the most-frequent attack vector, resulting in data breaches for many organizations.