Lauren EllisJoined: July 25th, 2014
Articles Posted: 53
POODLE Update ? Latest Data Alarms Experts
You’ve seen the headlines about POODLE alongside images of menacing fluffy dogs. We have an update on the current extent of the breach as well as a tool enterprises can use to quantify exposure to POODLE within their own corporate environments.Last week, we wrote about the POODLE vulnerability first reported on October 14 by three Google security resea...
service providers, cloud service, 2 844, youve seen, poodle, cloud, providers - Posted by lauren ellis - Posted 6 Years Ago
In Plain Sight: How Hackers Exfiltrate Corporate Data Using Video
Consumers and companies are embracing cloud services because they offer capabilities simply not available with traditional software. Cyber criminals are also beginning to use the cloud because it offers scalability and speed for delivering malware, such as in the recent case of Dyre, which used file sharing services to infect users. The latest evolution of t...
cloud services, video sharing, video files, sensitive data, videos, video, data - Posted by lauren ellis - Posted 6 Years Ago
The Data Factory: 12 Essential Facts on Enterprise Cloud Usage & Risk
Between headlines from the latest stories on data breaches and the hottest new apps on the block, it’s easy to be captivated with what people are saying, blogging, and tweeting about the state of cloud adoption and security. But let’s face it: It’s hard to separate the hype from the truth, and stories about security can range from hyperboli...
cloud services, enterprise cloud, cloud usage, insider threat, data, cloud, services - Posted by lauren ellis - Posted 6 Years Ago
74% of Cloud Services do not Meet European Data Residency Requirements
The European Union (EU) contains 28 countries and it has some of the strongest sets of data protection regulations in the world. These don’t just affect organisations based in Europe, but anyone who deals with PII (personally Identifiable Information) of any citizens of those 28 countries. In this globalised world, that probably means you!Organisations...
signed up, service providers, data protection, protection directive, data, cloud, protection - Posted by lauren ellis - Posted 6 Years Ago
Compliance, Governance, and Salesforce, Oh My!
Back in June we announced that Salesforce participated in Skyhigh’s Series C funding round as a strategic investor. The move validated our status as a category-creating company dedicated to addressing compliance and governance requirements and boost the enterprise adoption of Cloud Security services.Now we are thrilled to announce Skyhigh’s...
preserving encryption, activity monitoring, partnership program, owned keys, salesforce, data, skyhigh - Posted by lauren ellis - Posted 6 Years Ago
POODLE ? How bad is its bite? (Here?s the data)
A major vulnerability affecting the security of cloud services dubbed POODLE (Padding Oracle on Downgraded Legacy Encryption) was reported on October 14th by three Google security researchers—Bodo Moller, Thai Duong, and Krzysztof Kotowicz. Their paper about the vulnerability is available here.What is POODLE?POODLE affects SSLv3 or version 3 of the Sec...
cloud services, sslv3 protocol, version 3, users email, sslv3, protocol, cloud - Posted by lauren ellis - Posted 6 Years Ago
A New Standard for Transparency in Encryption
Encryption is fast becoming a must-have feature for data stored in the cloud. Between privacy concerns stemming from regulatory requirements and NSA surveillance, companies expect either cloud service providers or third-party vendors to enable encryption with customer-managed keys in SaaS applications.A key limitation of data encryption is that functionality...
encryption schemes, board member, third party, cryptography advisory, security, encryption, cryptography - Posted by lauren ellis - Posted 6 Years Ago
The Fastest Growing Cloud Apps of 2014
The cloud is growing exponentially and SaaS provider revenue in 2014 is set to surpass $18 billion, making the cloud application market larger than previous major shifts in technology at key points in their development including e-commerce revenue in 1998 ($8 billion) and personal computer revenue in 1982 ($11 billion). Its easier today for entre...
cloud services, growth rates, top 10, fastest growing, cloud, applications, revenue - Posted by lauren ellis - Posted 6 Years Ago
The 7 Deadly Sins of Cloud Data Loss Prevention
It’s good to learn from your mistakes. It’s even better to learn from the mistakes of others. Skyhigh has some of the security world’s most seasoned data loss prevention (DLP) experts who’ve spent the last decade building DLP solutions and helping customers implement them. So, we thought we’d pick their brains,...
cloud dlp, cloud applications, loss prevention, dlp solution, dlp, cloud, user - Posted by lauren ellis - Posted 6 Years Ago
Skyhigh for ServiceNow at FruDevCon ?14: Security, Compliance, and Governance in
ServiceNow may have started as the help desk in the cloud, but today it covers a broad range of service experience, record keeping, process automation, and business management functions. Its portfolio includes applications related to your infrastructure, your operations (such as IT incident tracking, sourcing and procurement, HR service automation), an...
skyhigh offers, sensitive data, end user, world renowned, skyhigh, cloud, servicenow - Posted by lauren ellis - Posted 6 Years Ago
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