The rules have changed, and they keep changing. We’ve moved from Software-as-a-Service to Just-abouteverything-as-a-Service, and security professionals are struggling to keep pace.
A significant milestone that passed almost unnoticed during 2017, for example, was that
for the first time, hacking wasn’t the top cause of exposed data records. That prize now goes to accidental online leaking and misconfigured services and portals.
For most firms, it’s an ongoing challenge to keep up with securing legacy, on-prem estate,
never mind the cloud – so what’s the answer? What’s the best route to identifying cloud use and mitigating the risks, especially with data protection laws evolving and the growing need to be squeaky-clean on compliance?