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Businesses underutilising cloud security due to lack of education and training
Demand is high for cloud security access brokers (CASB), but more training and clear goals are needed to ensure companies get full effectiveness of products.
Cloud Security Alliance signs on PowerDMARC as new partner
PowerDMARC will provide CSA with critical data points from their platform that will facilitate new research into the emerging technology of cloud-based email security.
Cloud Security Alliance keeps pace with cloud security through updated training
The Cloud Security Alliance has announced general availability of its latest Certificate of Cloud Security Knowledge Exam, version 4.
The ‘treacherous 12’: Top threats to cloud computing revealed
The most prominent threats to cloud computing have been identified in a comprehensive report from the Cloud Security Alliance (CSA).
The evolution of connected vehicles: Security critical when lives are at stake
“There are a number of motivations for bad actors to compromise connected vehicle components and technologies."
NZ on the global stage as Hamilton set to host to major cybersecurity forum
Humble Hamilton is set to play host to international experts in April as a major cybersecurity forum comes to town.
Compromised credentials a leading point of attack in data breaches
“We hope that these findings will encourage organisations to leverage single sign-on, multi-factor authentication, mobile and Mac management."
Cloud Security Alliance establishes threat sharing scheme
Collaboration between vendors and businesses is a crucial part of ensuring attack reports are up-to-the-minute and provide specific info about threats
CipherCloud heads up cloud security open working group
CipherCloud and the Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) are forming a Cloud Security Open API Working Group.
STRATUS project to help put New Zealand on global IT map
Organisations should adopt a cloud-first strategy when introducing new technology. Agility is one of the main reasons to go to the cloud. Businesses need to be agile.