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05 Mar 2017 IaaS: The Next Chapter In Cloud Security [61007]
Dark Reading, February 24th, 2017

"Organizations adopting IaaS must update their approach to security by using the shared responsibility model," writes Kaushik Narayan in Dark Reading,

"Companies in industries from manufacturing to financial services to the public sector trust cloud providers with their critical data. The rapid growth of software-as-a-service (SaaS) applications such as Office 365 and Salesforce depended on trust. But the floodgates of SaaS adoption didn't open until IT security professionals became convinced that cloud providers could produce equivalent or better security compared to traditional software. Where challenges remain is on the enterprise side; Gartner predicts 95% of cloud security incidents will be the customer's fault..."
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19 Jan 2017 The 4 Top Barriers To Effective Incident Response [59809]
Dark Reading, January 19th, 2017

"Responding to cyberattacks is straightforward in some ways, difficult in others. Here are four ways that the process can get tripped up.

Cyberattacks are getting worse, growing in frequency and impact. This probably isn't a surprising statement for anyone reading Dark Reading. Most organizations understand this and are taking measures to prevent and detect threats. While hundreds of firms are working to build new technologies to help here, there are fewer options for actually responding to the attacks that are detected. Estimates range from 50 to 60 days for security teams to contain and respond to incidents, on average..."
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08 Jan 2017 10 Things Infosec Pros Can Celebrate About 2016 [59353]
Dark Reading, December 29th, 2016

"There were a few items that passed for good news this year," writes Sara Peters in Dark Reading.

"Let's not rehash all the miserable DDoSes of the past several months or predict the horrors IoT has in store for us next year. For now, let's snuggle up with some hot chocolate and think comforting thoughts. Let's prepare our champagne toasts for New Year's Eve and celebrate the good times (or what passed for good times in this industry) from 2016: ..."
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08 Jan 2017 8 Boldest Security Predictions For 2017 [59355]
Dark Reading, December 27th, 2016

Ericka Chickowski writes in Dark Reading, "The end of the year may mean ugly sweaters and epic office holiday parties for some. But for us here at Dark Reading, nothing signals winter solstice more certainly than an email inbox stuffed full of IT security predictions for the coming year. We're talking a denial-of-service-level flood of communiques - a near endless cavalcade of thought leaders and laggards chiming in with their thoughts on how attacks, defenses and the business of cybersecurity will shake out after the New Year.

Among the hundreds of predictions, the majority are either inane or obvious enough to get a "Well, duh" response from anyone who has been in infosec for any length of time. But every year we get a few that raise our eyebrows, elicit a chuckle or at least get us thinking speculatively about possibilities for the months to come. This year was no different, so we'll spare you all those predictions about phishing being the next big attack vector and skip straight to the good stuff..."
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27 Dec 2016 8 Boldest Security Predictions For 2017 [59264]
Dark Reading, December 27th, 2016

"The end of the year may mean ugly sweaters and epic office holiday parties for some. But for us here at Dark Reading, nothing signals winter solstice more certainly than an email inbox stuffed full of IT security predictions for the coming year. We're talking a denial-of-service-level flood of communiques - a near endless cavalcade of thought leaders and laggards chiming in with their thoughts on how attacks, defenses and the business of cybersecurity will shake out after the New Year.

Among the hundreds of predictions, the majority are either inane or obvious enough to get a "Well, duh" response from anyone who has been in infosec for any length of time. But every year we get a few that raise our eyebrows, elicit a chuckle or at least get us thinking speculatively about possibilities for the months to come. This year was no different, so we'll spare you all those predictions about phishing being the next big attack vector and skip straight to the good stuff..."
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