As more and more organizations move to the cloud, they are faced with increased risk due to potential vulnerabilities that come with the cloud's larger attack surface. Some organizations are reluctant to adapt to the cloud model because they struggle to provide the same security policies and controls that they have on their traditional on-premise infrastructure. Even customers who have made the shift often overlook areas from a security perspective that open them up to potential exploitation from cyber-criminals.
Both hacking and defense strategies are evolving at a rapid pace. To truly understand them, cyber security professionals need hands-on interaction with the latest tools to hone their cybersecurity expertise.
With an unprecedented increase in cyber attacks, coupled with an ever growing talent shortage, many organizations are put in hard to defend positions. Organizations around the world have now realized that sitting back and waiting for an alert puts them in a dangerous position. What separates security pros from security liabilities? A plan – and […]