Threat actors have used a variety of tactics and techniques—including phishing, brute force login attempts, and possibly a so-called “pass-the-cookie” attack that bypassed multifactor authentication to exploit cloud security weaknesses.
Over the past two decades, businesses have piled a patchwork of different products and services – multi-factor authentication, single sign-on, identity governance and administration policies and others – on top of their directory. That introduces risk and complexity, says Jumpcloud CEO Rajat Bhargava.
Nicolas Reys of Control Risks spoke with SC Media about how companies can position themselves to rebound from a year complicated by the pandemic, climate change challenges and deteriorating U.S.-China relations.
Community and market experts found some consensus: cloud security will dominate strategies and investments even more that it did during 2020, and technologies once deemed “on the horizon” – think automation, 5G and even the much hyped artificial intelligence – will officially arrive.