Cloud providers are known for innovation, and rightly so – they’re often writing the rules as they go.
Unfortunately, as cloud development continues to accelerate, this torrent of new, innovative features – often released on an almost daily basis – has led to exponentially more complexity. Meanwhile, although most IT and security organizations understand how important the Shared Responsibility Model is from a security perspective, Unit 42’s latest research shows there’s often a breakdown when putting the model into practice.
This new report highlights key learnings from 21 high-profile cloud incidents in the first half of 2019 and presents original research from the cloud security division of the famed Palo Alto Networks threat intelligence team. Unit 42’s new findings shed light on:
The information in the report is based on threat intelligence from multiple data sources, not on surveys. Although surveys are excellent indicators of how organizations think, threat data shows what they’re actually putting into practice.
This report is designed to empower your business with the security knowledge and best practices you need to fulfill your part of the Shared Responsibility Model.