A whopping 96% of third-party cloud container apps have known vulnerabilities, highlighting ongoing cloud security challenges.
Microsoft is warning impacted customers of a flaw in Azure Container Instances (ACI) that could allow individuals to access other customers information.
AWS has unveiled the AWS Network Firewall in an effort to help customers protect their cloud-based virtual networks.
Google used RSA Conference to announce new security tools aimed at helping secure customers’ data and cloud services.
Another day, another malware attack. ZDNet is reporting that a modified version of Gafgyt is targeting WiFi routers in a rather aggressive fashion. The malware in question has a long history of targeting known vulnerabilities in popular home and small-office…
“The platform we have uses big data analytics and machine learning in the cloud to process and find all of the unknown malware, make it known and be able to block it,” says Scott Stevens, SVP, Global Systems Engineering at Palo Alto Networks. “We find 20-30 thousand brand new pieces of malware every day.”
“The fundamental way you look at Zero Trust is it’s an architectural approach to how do you secure your network focused on what’s most important,” says Scott Stevens, SVP, Global Systems Engineering at Palo Alto Networks. “You focus on the data that’s key to your business. You build your security framework from the data out.”