Transitioning to the cloud means losing visibility and control over computing assets. Cloud-hosted workloads are managed remotely, making it difficult for security teams to supervise access to sensitive cloud resources. As a result, many organizations are unable to prevent cloud misconfigurations, identify cyberattacks as they are happening and respond in time. It’s time to take a different approach to workload defense.
Moving workloads to a public cloud means new threats. Putting internal resources in the outside world creates a larger vulnerable attack surface, and external threats that could previously be contained can now strike directly at the heart of an organization’s workloads. In other words, when your inside is out, the outside can get in.
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Cloud providers are vigilant in how they protect their data center. But responsibility for secure access to applications, services, data repositories and databases falls on the enterprise. We take a look at two cloud-native data breaches of companies that depended on the public cloud. You’ll see how they occurred, what a typical ‘attack kill-chain’ looks like and the lessons learned.
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Migrating workloads to the public cloud can be risky without the
right security in place. You need a solution that keeps workloads and data secure by:
Detecting publicly exposed assets
Identifying excessive and unused permissions
Hardening security configurations
Uncovering data theft attempts
Radware’s Cloud Workload Protection service detects excessive permissions to your workloads,
hardens security configurations before data exposure occurs, and detects data theft using advanced machine-learning
algorithms. It is an agentless, cloud-native solution for comprehensive protection of AWS assets, to protect both
the overall security posture of cloud environments, as well as protect individual cloud workloads against
cloud-native attack vectors. Cloud Workload Protection Service provides centralized visibility and control over
large numbers of cloud-hosted workloads and helps security administrators quickly understand where the attack is
taking place and what assets are under threat.
Perion lacked the ability to track and tighten access permissions to services and data and automatically detect
malicious activity inside its AWS accounts. It turned to Radware and implemented its Cloud Workload Protection for help.
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When you migrate workloads to the public cloud, you become an outsider to your own network, and lose control over many aspects of security. When your inside is out, the whole world becomes an insider threat.
You need comprehensive protection for cloud environments against cloud-native attack vectors. Radware has a solution that keeps workloads and data secure.
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