Don’t Get Pwned: Cloud Threat Intelligence to Empower Your Business

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Matt Chiodi, Nathaniel “Q” Quist and Jay Chen

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The new wave of innovative features – coming out almost daily – has led to excessively complex multi-cloud environments. Although IT and security organizations understand the Shared Responsibility Model conceptually, research shows a breakdown when the concept is put into practice. During a year-long investigation, Palo Alto Networks Unit 42 threat research team collected data from more than 100 billion public cloud events and 21 recent high-profile cloud breaches, finding a consistent culprit: a lack of understanding around the Shared Responsibility Model, especially who is responsible for what. The resulting report provides comprehensive threat intelligence, tools and best practices to help fulfill your cloud security responsibilities. In this webinar, we’ll discuss Unit 42’s findings, provide insight into attackers’ tactics, techniques and procedures, and give you some actionable prevention advice so you can go cloud-first safely and stop: - Rising exposure risks from container adoption - Malware from extending its reach into the cloud - Cloud complexity from creating low-hanging fruit for attackers - On-premises vulnerability management habits from carrying over to the cloud Register for "Don’t Get Pwned: Cloud Threat Intelligence to Empower Your Business" now.
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