An overview of how SecureCloudDB provides PCI DSS compliance assurance for Cloud Databases and helps protect against breaches and theft of cardholder data.
Entities involved in payment card processing collect, transmit and store significant amounts of valuable information such as cardholder names, primary account numbers, authentication data and card expiration dates. This information is valuable to cybercriminals who buy and sell it on the dark web in order to carry out cyber attacks.
SecureCloudDB is always working to improve our users' experience. We’re excited to now offer the following enhancements — expanded Database Activity Monitoring capabilities, backup reporting enhancements, improved security rules management, and home dashboard upgrades.
Security research suggests one out of five breaches are cloud related and the retail industry continues to be one of the top sectors likely to be breached with the average cost totaling more than $2 million per breach.1 With 75% of databases expected to be deployed or migrated to the cloud by 2022,2 retail organizations must prepare for elevated breaches that will come with the expanded attack surface of the cloud.
Cloud security vulnerabilities can come from within an organization in the form of malicious insiders. This type of threat can originate from a current employee, past employee, partner, or others who have access to sensitive data and use it for nefarious purposes. Insider threats can be tough to manage. The following excerpt regarding malicious insiders, access control, and building secure cloud infrastructure in the cloud is taken from a live discussion titled Cloud Security Hurdles and How to Overcome Them.
The newly formed alliance enhances cloud database security in the Middle East and India by teaming expert services with best in class built for the cloud database security software
Dubai, March 22, 2021 -- Bulwark Technologies, a leading value-added distributor of IT Security in the Middle East, and SecureCloudDB, the leader in cloud database security proudly announce their partnership. By working together, the two teams will strengthen customers’ public cloud database defenses and enhance their data protection.
Data breaches can take the better part of a year to identify and contain. Measuring expenses can be a painstaking and long-term process. Some figures may be a bit more obvious to track - for example, notification expenses, insurance costs, and loss of revenue due to shut down. What’s not always always clear is whether regulatory fines will be levied. Even more opaque is quantifying the hit to brand value. Two organizations are looking to shed some light on this last cost by studying the long-term impact breaches have on the value of the world's top brands.
The following excerpt regarding the most common mistakes and critical security issues to fix in the cloud is taken from a live panel titled Cloud Security 2021: Emerging Trends, Threats, and Responses. The cloud provider, auditing, managed service provider and enterprise communities were represented by Tim Sandage of AWS, Mike Hughes of Prism RA, Jeff Collins of Lightstream and Tyler Kennedy of Rewind. The session was moderated by Aaron Klein of SecureCloudDB.
Panelists identified authentication, accountability, permissions and more - do you agree with what these security experts say about what they deem to be the biggest issues in data protection in the cloud?
With the healthcare industry accounting for 1 out of 5 data breaches at an average cost of $7.13 million USD, how well an organization can maintain Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) compliance can mean the difference between recovery and bankruptcy. This makes finding and remediating HIPAA violations a priority for a healthcare provider’s IT team.
This article takes a look at three common violations — failure to perform risk analysis and management, failure to enforce access controls of patient health information, and failure to use encryption to safeguard data — as well as how SecureCloudDB makes compliance easy.
Ransomware is usually defined as a type of malicious software that denies organizations and individuals access to their data or computer system/device unless a payoff is made. However, ransomware is not just malware. It’s often part of an actual intrusion. Per Microsoft’s Digital Defense Report, “Ransomware’s economic model capitalizes on the misperception that a ransomware attack is solely a malware incident, whereas in reality ransomware is a breach involving human adversaries attacking a network.”