We recently hosted a live discussion covering emerging trends within the cloud security space, primarily reflecting on how organizations could adopt a posture of continuous security and compliance across their SaaS applications. Continue on below to view the highlights from this discussion.
Supply chain attacks and cloud misconfigurations are expanding the scale of data security threats
In this segment, Nightfall's Chief Revenue Officer Tim Gunderson calls out the ways in which accelerated cloud adoption and cloud security misconfigurations are making cloud service providers a prime target for supply chain attacks, and how this can impact organizations' security posture. We've talked about this elsewhere as well.
IT & security managers are struggling to safely migrate to the cloud
In this segment, Tim elaborates on the impact of supply chain attacks and how that increased the number of security challenges for cloud adopters.
Within SaaS applications, these are the two types of risk you must manage
In this segment, Tim discusses the common types of data security risks that emerge from today's cloud security landscape and why they're so hard to mitigate without the proper tools. Depending on your retention policies, sensitive data can be inside SaaS systems indefinitely, creating an attractive treasure trove for would be threat actors.
Why zero trust data security is important & how you can enable it
In this segment, Tim discusses the emergence of perimeter-less environments and how this has increased the need for zero trust data security and how that can be enabled through tools like cloud data loss prevention (DLP).
To see the full webinar, including an in depth demo of Nightfall's capabilities, you can watch here.