|In the past six months, the world has gone online, almost overnight. This has changed not only consumer behaviour, but also how IT leaders have to approach their infrastructure, applications, remote access and cloud adoption.|
As quickly as businesses are adopting the cloud, threat actors are adapting their practices. Common threats have morphed, become more sophisticated, and are targeting users at home, behind the firewall and in the cloud. According to the CYBER ATTACK TRENDS: 2020 MID-YEAR REPORT from Check Point these are some of the more common threats currently keeping security professionals up at night:
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* According to the 2020 Official Cybercrime Report published by Cybersecurity Ventures
Thanks to the Cybersecurity Insiders CLOUD SECURITY Report sponsored by Check Point, we are offering you a high-level view of where most vulnerabilities in the cloud lie and how user behaviour is enabling cybercriminals.
Download the full report and garner a full understanding of why when asked about what are the most significant security threats facing public clouds, organisations ranked misconfiguration of the cloud platform (68%) highest. This is up from the third spot on last year's survey—followed by unauthorised access (58%), insecure interfaces (52%), and the hijacking of accounts (50%).