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Cloud(ed) Judgment: OneLogin’s Breach Continues to Fuel the Security Debate

By | Date posted: June 26, 2017
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When it comes to the next big data breach, it’s never a matter of if, but a discussion of when.

This time, the target was identity and access management firm OneLogin, which recently shut down its U.S. data center due to compromised Amazon Web Services (AWS) keys. With the company serving more than 2,000 enterprises across 44 countries, the incident has been referred to as a “massive leak” and once again raised questions about cloud security.

As we continue to learn, everything that the cloud represents is great… until it’s not.
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Does Your Cloud Encryption Need Closer Inspection?

By | Date posted: March 5, 2014
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A day does not go by without a technology vendor waving banners about securing data in the cloud with strong encryption. File sync and cloud storage controller vendors are the new kids on the block that tout the benefits of using strong encryption algorithms such as AES-256 and RSA to secure data in the cloud. A strong encryption algorithm is one of the key mechanisms for securing data in the cloud. Read more