When data moves to the cloud, hackers follow along. Sentor helps to strengthen your detection capabilities so that you can stop the threat before it has managed to do any damage.Detection & Response
More and more companies are planning to expand their use of cloud-based infrastructure and applications. However, for most companies, it is a challenge to ensure that these assets are protected and to ensure that there is sufficient capacity to detect security gaps and to address them. At Sentor, we know that cloud security is complex, but we also know which paths lead to solutions.
“The COVID-19 pandemic forced organizations to quickly focus on three priorities: preserve cash and optimize IT costs, support and secure a remote workforce, and ensure resiliency,” said Mr. Nag. “Investing in cloud became a convenient means to address all three of these needs.”
When large amounts of data are flowing between employees and cloud systems, there is a risk that it can be captured by a hacker at some point, or that the company can be indirectly affected when an attack is directed against a supplier of cloud services (e.g. Cloud hopper).
User and access management is extremely important when it comes to using different cloud services. Improper handling can have fatal consequences, for example if an attacker gains access to an employee's account and from there moves on in the environment.
Managing users and authorised access is incredibly important when it comes to using various cloud services. Incorrect management can have devastating consequences if a hacker can access an employee’s account and eventually get into the environment.
Application Programming Interfaces (all APIs) are a very common way to interact with cloud-services. These are used by systems both at your location and that of the cloud supplier. Unfortunately, there are often security gaps in APIs that provide unauthorised access to your data.
Many companies do not have the knowledge or are not sufficiently careful in terms of configuring their cloud services. Incorrect configurations can partly result in data leaks but also in the deletion of data or having it manipulated by someone with the wrong intentions.
Large amounts of data in combination with multiple users and services, which are often based in different regions, naturally involves major challenges to providing warnings regarding personal privacy and fulfilling compliance requirements.
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