The Cloud Threat Report analyzes cloud adoption trends and the current threat landscape as well as a focus on how businesses can automate configuration management best practices to help close this near-ubiquitous cloud security readiness gap. This year’s report is the first in a five-part series, with follow-on reports offering insights into research findings across a number of critical areas of public cloud.
The second report in the ongoing CTR series focuses on the details surrounding the shared responsibility model between the cloud provider and subscriber. What can happen when there is a failure in knowing your role in shoring up the defenses around your cloud data, versus your cloud provider?
Click below to access the Demystifying the Cloud Shared Responsibility Security Model report.
The third report in the ongoing CTR series covers the hidden dangers that lurk behind trusted systems and services we rely upon each and every day to service our internal business needs and customers, often without awareness of the numerous ways attackers are taking advantage to exploit these trusted environments.
Click below to access the Addressing Cyber Risk and Fraud in the Cloud report.
The fourth report in the ongoing CTR series focuses on the many facets of breach mitigation businesses undertake and what are the business impacts when the security barriers fail to hold back the wave of attacks our mission critical systems? How does this impact our reputation, business resiliency and even job safety?
Click below to access the Business Impacts of the Modern Data Breach report.
The final installment of the CTR series dives into the executive responsibilities around security, risk, and compliance, with a look at how CISO engagement can be a highly enabling success factor to the line of business leader. This report helps you learn how to effectively engage the CISO and how they are the key to your success in your area of business.
Click below to access the Mission of the Cloud-centric CISO report.