"Amazon Web Services Security" Posts

Microsoft MISA Organization Expands MSSP, Cybersecurity Software Relationships

Microsoft Intelligent Security Association (MISA) now spans 67 MSSP members that support 165 managed security services offers, Microsoft says.

Managed Security Services Provider (MSSP) News: 23 November 2020

Today’s MSSP news involves AWS cloud security posture management (CSPM), build.security funding, Cloudian, CrowdStrike, Fugue, VMware, YL Ventures & more.

Activist Organizations Push Amazon for Voter Data Security Breach Details

Activist organizations demand transparency from Amazon’s Web Services (AWS) on at least three cloud security breaches involving voter data from dozens of states and agencies to which it supplies election services.

Amazon Detective’s Role in AWS Cloud Security

How Amazon Detective makes it easier for AWS (Amazon Web Services) customers and their MDR (managed detection & response) providers to analyze, investigate and quickly identify the root cause of security findings or suspicious activities.

Managed Security Services Provider (MSSP) News: 18 May 2020

Today’s MSSP & MDR news involves Abacode, AWS cloud security, Lightstream, LogRhythm SIEM, Microsoft Defender ATP, Red Canary, Verimatrix & more.

Alert Logic Extends MDR Security to IBM Cloud Customers

IBM Cloud customers can now leverage Alert Logic’s managed detection & response (MDR) security services, the two technology companies say.

AWS Cloud Data Leak: UK Consulting Firms’ Sensitive Information Exposed

Several UK consulting firms recently left an Amazon Web Services Simple Storage Service bucket open, exposing data from thousands of British professionals.

Managed Security Services Provider (MSSP) News: 09 December 2019

Today’s MSSP news involves AWS buckets; Aventis Systems, CrowdStrike, Inceptus, LIFARs ransomware solution, Nucleus Cyber, Optimal idM, Perch Security, Saviynt & more.

AWS Cloud Cybersecurity: Customer Errors Threaten Amazon’s Credibility

Amazon Web Services (AWS) data leaks & hacks often involve users & customers misconfiguring the cloud service & storage buckets. Does AWS’s design deserve some blame?

Hackers Attacking Misconfigured AWS S3 Cloud Buckets

Hackers hit misconfigured Amazon Web Services (AWS) S3 (simple storage service) cloud buckets to steal credit card data, RiskIQ security researchers report.