Tag: amazon s3 buckets

It’s the new year! Time to break out the old pad and paper for some new years resolutions. If one of your company goals this year is to improve your security posture (a worthy goal for any organization), here are three smaller resolutions you can keep to help you do just that: If you don’t already, use two factor or multi-factor authentication (TFA or MFA) instead of just a password for restricted access. The benefits of multi/two-factor authentication can’t be …

We gave Amazon’s S3 storage buckets an honorable mention on our biggest data breaches of 2017 list, and in this post, we’ll explain why we did that. What makes these types of breaches so important to point out? For those who missed it, here’s what happened: AWS users can store their files (known as objects) in what are known as S3 storage buckets. Amazon defaults these S3 buckets to be closed instead of open, but over the course of several …

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