Archive For: Cloud Security

The Capital One breach and what we should really be talking about

I’m not going to try and write anything regarding the attack vector, Erick Johnson did that well here: https://ejj.io/blog/capital-one I’m not going to give an executive overview, Krebs did that well here: https://krebsonsecurity.com/2019/08/what-we-can-learn-from-the-capital-one-hack/ I really just want to bring up something I haven’t heard enough people talking about, detection. There has been lots of conversation ... Read More
 

IaaS and the Shared Responsibility Model

  A note to vendors: Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) != secure/compliant applications, it can, but doesn’t by default. Why are people putting their servers and applications in IaaS providers like AWS and Azure? They can get a cheap, fast and secured data center to host their servers/applications. But that doesn’t mean they get the ... Read More