DevOps, security, and SOC teams find themselves constantly facing new cyber threats, ever-evolving attackers, and innovative attack vectors. Their challenges range from protecting employees’ mobile devices to preventing malicious parties from accessing an organization’s financial data or customers’ personal information.
Creating more personalized and modernized customer experiences means first understanding the customer experience—that means bringing customer data together from a variety of different sources. It’s a great idea in theory, but it’s also a complicated one. Support professionals understand the need to bring all that data in, but the technical elements are often too costly and complicated to prioritize.
Continuous integration and continuous deployment (CI/CD) has enabled teams to build and deploy software at a much faster pace. DevOps teams can build, test, and deploy changes to production in a matter of minutes, allowing for extremely rapid release cycles. However, a CI/CD pipeline has a lot of moving parts and steps where problems to occur. In order to ensure a successful deployment, it’s important to monitor each step in this process.
Amazon Prime Day is in full effect and so are hackers working on elaborate phishing scams targeting Amazon shoppers. Amazon announced that over one million items will be discounted on July 15 and 16, leaving bargain shoppers racing to buy. But while shoppers are busy searching for the best deals on this Prime Day, malicious actors are looking to scam. McAfee reported a popular phishing kit, 16Shop, recently shifted its attention to Amazon.