Everything is data. Defining your perimeter is nearly impossible, which makes securing it even more tricky. Old strategies are obsolete. How do we navigate and protect our boundaries in an increasingly digital world?
Understand WAFs and cybersecurity. Recent WAF-based breaches with CapitalOne, Imperva, and Cloudflare offer essential lessons we can learn from where WAF technology is failing us and what can we do to improve our security.
Online businesses have to be careful. It’s a dangerous world, full of anonymous people and services wearing digital skins. It sounds horrific because it is. On the other side of a transaction, could be anyone. Extra measures have to be made to secure web interfaces and API endpoints that online businesses depend on.
Uber had AWS credentials exposed on GitHub. As thousands of other companies do. It has been known for a while that nuggets such as private keys and credentials can be found with the GitHub search functionality or with Google dorks so looking for sensitive information in GitHub repositories is not new. So how can you protect your company’s assets? Check your repositories now There is a great tool that you should use to check for…