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    Common Mistakes And Critical Security Issues To Address In The Cloud

    Mar 18, 2021 / by SecureCloudDB posted in AWS, Shared Responsibility

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    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?

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    AWS Security Hub & SecureCloudDB Integration

    Mar 4, 2021 / by SecureCloudDB posted in AWS, Shared Responsibility

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    Security is a Shared Responsibility

    It can be easy to assume Cloud Providers provide complete and total security. However, that is not the case. Amazon’s Shared Responsibility Model makes it clear that AWS is “responsible for security ‘of’ the cloud” while AWS customers are “responsible for security ‘in’ the cloud.” 

    Per Amazon, “Customer responsibility will be determined by the AWS Cloud services that a customer selects. This determines the amount of configuration work the customer must perform as part of their security responsibilities.”

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    Cloud Security Baseline and The AWS Shared Responsibility Model

    Feb 25, 2021 / by SecureCloudDB posted in AWS, Shared Responsibility

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    The following excerpt regarding who is responsible when it comes to security in the cloud is taken from a live panel discussion 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.

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    The Real Cost of Ransomware

    Feb 3, 2021 / by SecureCloudDB posted in Data Breaches, AWS, ransomware

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    Quantifying the real cost of ransomware attacks can be difficult. Contributors can include the ransom itself, cyber insurance, downtime and lost revenue, remediation and recovery, and regulatory fines as well as qualitative factors such as reputational damage or customers’ mistrust of the organization. The true costs of a ransomware attack can include amounts to be determined far beyond the immediate aftermath.

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    Find APN Partner SecureCloudDB in AWS Marketplace

    Dec 16, 2020 / by SecureCloudDB posted in Press Release, AWS

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    SecureCloudDB, an AWS Partner Network Select Technology Partner (APN Partner), now offers its cloud-native database security application in AWS Marketplace. This expanded relationship with Amazon Web Services makes it even easier for organizations to perform Database Activity Monitoring while gaining complete security and compliance assurance for their cloud databases.

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    Don’t Overlook These 8 Security Basics in Cloud Databases

    Nov 4, 2020 / by SecureCloudDB posted in Video, Data Breaches, On-Prem vs Cloud Databases, AWS, Shared Responsibility

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    In on-premises data centers, organizations are responsible for everything from making sure no one steals the server or hard drive to making sure the operating system and routers are set up properly and data protection security measures are in place. 

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    6 Ways to Secure Your Redis Installation

    Aug 14, 2020 / by SecureCloudDB posted in AWS, Redis

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    Redis is a popular open-source store for data structures. It’s also widely used in the developer community, thanks to an array of useful features, including Lua scripting, LRU eviction, and reliable disk persistence.

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    Penetration Tests Are Not Enough In The Cloud

    Aug 4, 2020 / by SecureCloudDB posted in Penetration Test, Vulnerability Assessment, AWS

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    Organizations need vulnerability assessments – and here is why!

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