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26 Mar 2017 Ensuring That The Next Big Data Breach Isn't Yours [61667]
Information Management, March 17th, 2017

"Between the Yahoo Breach, the Bangladesh Bank heist, the Panama Papers and Dropbox password leaks, the past year has seen its fair share of major data breaches," notes Krishna Narayanaswamy in Information Management.

"These breaches have brought a harsh reality to light for IT: everybody and anybody is a target. With cloud adoption growing rapidly among enterprises, the possibility of a breach has become top of mind for the C-suite.

According to a recent study conducted by the Ponemon Institute, almost 90 percent of businesses believe an increase in cloud usage will increase the probability of a data breach. As cyber criminals continue to develop complex methods to infiltrate organizations, corporate leaders need to be able to adapt and adopt more proactive deterrence strategies..."
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17 Mar 2017 Ensuring That The Next Big Data Breach Isn't Yours [61493]
Information Management, March 17th, 2017

"Between the Yahoo Breach, the Bangladesh Bank heist, the Panama Papers and Dropbox password leaks, the past year has seen its fair share of major data breaches. These breaches have brought a harsh reality to light for IT: everybody and anybody is a target. With cloud adoption growing rapidly among enterprises, the possibility of a breach has become top of mind for the C-suite.

According to a recent study conducted by the Ponemon Institute, almost 90 percent of businesses believe an increase in cloud usage will increase the probability of a data breach. As cyber criminals continue to develop complex methods to infiltrate organizations, corporate leaders need to be able to adapt and adopt more proactive deterrence strategies..."
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02 Mar 2017 Feeling Foggy About Your Cloud Knowledge? You May Know Less Than You Think [61093]
Business 2 Community, March 2nd, 2017

"The Internet, and the devices connected to it, are woven tightly into our daily lives. We use social media, stream audio and video, and store important documents and images online without hesitation. Yet, are you aware of when that data is stored locally and when it's stored in the cloud?...

A recent survey of 1,001 consumers - conducted by B2B research firm Clutch - found that nearly one-third of respondents who are active cloud users don't know that they use the cloud. Though the respondents indicated that they use at least one popular cloud-based application, such as Google Drive or Dropbox, 32% subsequently marked that they do not use or access information in the cloud..."
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15 Feb 2017 3 Enterprise-Strength File Sync Services To Check Out [60639]
ComputerWorld, February 15th, 2017

"Licensing and deployment flexibility also figure prominently for business use.

This should be the year your organization looks to dump its consumer file-sharing software. Don't get me wrong -- many of those services are great for individuals, but they're not really suitable for enterprises. There are other products, however, that offer the file sync that Dropbox and Box and others do so well and so seamlessly, while also providing enterprise-level controls around access, encryption, identity, and more..."
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07 Feb 2017 Cloud Storage The New Favorite Target Of Phishing Attacks [60445]
Dark Reading, February 7th, 2017

"2016 data shows that phishing scams involving brands like Google and DropBox will soon overtake scams involving financial companies, PhishLabs says.

For all the sophisticated tactics, techniques, and procedures employed by threat actors these days, phishing continued to be the top attack vector in 2016, as it has been for some time.

The big difference was that instead of targeting financial services companies, phishers increasingly targeted cloud storage service providers like Google and DropBox, security vendor PhishLabs said in a voluminous report on phishing trends released this week..."
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