Prevent your organization falling victim to a cloud misconfiguration breach

Find out why user training is key to prevent breaches due to cloud misconfiguration

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Prevent your organization falling victim to a cloud misconfiguration breach

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Breaches via the cloud are continuing to happen and they are not likely to stop any time soon. However, many breaches are caused by avoidable circumstances such as unsecured resources or users relaxing security permissions. These causes ought to be easy to fix.

In the latest edition of Rapid7’s cloud misconfigurations report, the organization reviews data from 68 publicly disclosed breaches that have occurred over the last year, as well as data from Rapid7’s internet scanners and honeypots.

Download the full report to uncover findings such as:

  • Breaches can happen anywhere – Data breaches occurred across all industries and organizations of all sizes.
  • Attackers are not just after the obvious data – Seemingly innocuous records can be a goldmine for socially engineered attacks.
  • User training is key – Avoiding breaches can often be as simple as teaching users about security risks.

Breaches are out there, but that does not mean your organization has to be a target. Discover more ways to stay safe in the full report.

We respect your privacy, by clicking “Download Your Copy” you agree to having your details passed onto the sponsor who may promote similar products and services related to your area of interest subject to their privacy policy. You have the right to object. In addition, you will receive our e-newsletter, including information on related online learning opportunities. For further information on how we process and monitor your personal data, and information about your privacy and opt-out rights, click here. Download PDF Attachment

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