Cyber Attackers Targeting the Keys to the Cloud Kingdom

Privileged Credentials Used to Administer Cloud Services Make an Attractive Target and Entry Point for Attackers. If your organization relies solely on the cloud vendor for security, you’re exposed to unnecessary risk. Being proactive in cloud security is a requirement to face...

Google fined $1.49BN in Europe for antitrust violations in search ad brokering

By CloudBuzz | March 20, 2019

The European Commission has just announced another antitrust fine for Google. The latest fine — $1.49BN — relates to its search ad brokering business which competition commissioner Margrethe Vestager  noted today is “by far” the company’s main source of revenue. “Today’s decision is

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66% Say They’d Switch Vendors in Order to Get an Intelligent Online Meeting Solution

By Aruna Ravichandran | March 19, 2019

People are getting frustrated with online and video meetings. In fact, according to a recent survey, 85% say they are challenged with these types of poor experiences and 74% say they’re not too happy about it. Audio problems, difficulty connecting,

Trend Micro Survey Confirms Organizations Struggle With a Lack of Security Talent and Tidal Waves of Threat Alerts

By CloudBuzz | March 18, 2019

Nearly 50 percent of organizations surveyed lack the necessary talent to maintain security measures LONDON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Trend Micro Incorporated, a global leader in cybersecurity solutions, today reported survey results that the ongoing and often detrimental shortage of cybersecurity talent has led

Trust, But Verify. Not Today: Never Trust Always Verify

By John Pientka | March 15, 2019

Reagan coined the phrase: “Trust, but verify” when dealing with the Soviets. In today’s world of Cyber it’s just not good enough. Welcome to the world of Zero Trust. What is it and what does it mean to you? As

Six in Ten Consumers Willing to Share Significant Personal Data with Banks and Insurers in Exchange for Lower Pricing, Accenture Study Finds

By CloudBuzz | March 14, 2019

LONDON, NEW YORK and HONG KONG; March 14, 2019 – Nearly six in ten consumers would be willing to share significant personal information, such as location data and lifestyle information, with their bank and insurer in exchange for lower pricing

Thousands of people are protesting Russia’s new internet bill

By CloudBuzz | March 11, 2019

Protests have taken place in Russian cities, including Moscow, against the government’s plans to enforce tougher internet controls. What’s it all about: The “digital sovereignty bill” requires Russian telecom companies to be able to reroute all internet traffic to exchange points

This could be the beginning of the end for Facebook’s social network

By CloudBuzz | March 8, 2019

Here’s what Facebook’s new focus on private messaging means. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s recent announcement that the future of communication is in “private, encrypted services” is a big shift in the company’s public thinking about its core set of products. As

Is there a way to use Facebook without giving up my privacy?

By CloudBuzz | March 7, 2019

What’s known as “lurking” – being a member without actively participating – is very common. To quote Jakob Nielsen, “In most online communities, 90% of users are lurkers who never contribute, 9% of users contribute a little, and 1% of users

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