Organizations are increasingly moving to the cloud, and their attack surface grows with every bucket, container and service deployed. And as the cloud expands, so does the number of cloud-based attacks.
It’s no surprise that attackers go where the data goes. However, the cloud is a uniquely difficult environment to protect. The cloud’s complexity, along with its dynamic and ephemeral nature, make it ripe for threat actors to leverage proven and innovative attack techniques. In addition, many cloud environments are largely unsupervised, as organizations lack the visibility and controls required to detect and stop malicious activity.
Addressing cloud risk requires deep knowledge into threat actor activity. To effectively automate prevention and execute accurate, rapid investigation and response, organizations need a complete understanding of adversary tactics, tools and procedures (TTPs) in the cloud.