At a point in time, smart devices and robotics were common elements in the storyline of futuristic fictional novels. Today, those concepts are the modern norm across the technology industry. Similarly, in cybersecurity, pioneering professionals held on to seemingly far-fetched dreams where logs were easy to analyze, and false positives didn’t exist. While these challenges still exist, artificial intelligence (AI) is making these once far-fetched dreams the new norm in the security industry.
A data breach remains a common headline in the news cycle. A different company, website or social network reports a security issue almost daily. If it feels like using the internet has become a risky endeavor, the feeling is accurate. But what exactly classifies an event as a data breach? The world wide web is littered with different security gaps and vulnerabilities. But that doesn’t mean they have been exposed or attacked yet.
Apache Struts is a well-known development framework for Java-based web applications that is mostly used in enterprise environments. If you search for Apache Struts CVEs on MITRE, you currently get 77 results, and most of the critical ones are due to OGNL expression injection, which is very similar to SSTI (Server Side Template Injection) attacks. In this article we will go through the security history of Apache Struts, common Apache Struts security issues and the impact of these vulnerabilities.
In our most recent release, Netskope has added support for the Chrome Operating System. With the ability to secure cloud application access from Google’s ultra-lightweight end point, Netskope is further meeting customer demand and extending our best of breed controls to a wider range of devices.
With today’s Web, massive data loads are accessed through APIs. In fact, according to programmableweb.com, there are now more than 10,000 publicly available APIs. Given the foundational role that APIs now play in today’s infrastructure, keeping APIs secure is absolutely critical. In this article, we explain five best practices that organizations can follow to help ensure API security.
Between 2017 and 2021, worldwide spending on cybersecurity will top $1 trillion, according to predictions from Cybersecurity Ventures. The barrage of cyberattacks on enterprises and new threat vectors within networks due to the move to Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), or public cloud, makes the need for agile security more important than ever for CIOs and CISOs managing cybersecurity.
It wasn’t a very long time ago when cloud computing was a niche field that only the most advanced organizations were dabbling with. Now the cloud is very much the mainstream, and it is rare to find a business that uses IT that doesn’t rely on it for a part of their infrastructure. But if you are going to add cloud services to your company, you will need to choose between the private cloud and the public cloud.