Understanding Crime-as-a-Service and How Organizations Can Best Protect Themselves

As of late, cyber threats have only grown in velocity and volume, with cybercriminals taking advantage of every new capability to grow and prosper. Couple that with a global pandemic and a sudden increase in remote working in the cloud, and you open the door to countless new vulnerabilities.


Cloud Threats Memo: Keeping Protected Health Information Safe From Leaky Apps

Several healthcare entities have reported data breaches after being notified of a “privacy incident” by Med-Data, a vendor providing revenue cycle services to hospitals, healthcare systems, and their patients. This privacy incident involves a leaky cloud service and has exposed the personal information of thousands of individuals, since at least December 2020.


Cloud and Threat Report: Let's Get Personal (Instances)

The COVID-19 pandemic caused a dramatic shift to remote work that placed many who previously worked in the office at home working alongside their families. We saw an increase in personal usage of company laptops, including personal web browsing, gaming, media consumption, and online shopping. In this blog post, we will take a look at the personal usage of managed devices from a different angle: data security. In 2020, 83% of users accessed personal app instances from managed devices each month.