Before you can assign responsibility for a security breach, you need to go back to the scene of the crime and understand where it originated. No easy task given the dynamic and complex nature of cloud computing environments.
It’s December, which in Boston means we’re stocking up on L.L. Bean boots and hunkering down for a cold, snowy winter. 2015 has been an incredible year here at Threat Stack — this last quarter, in particular. We’ve been hard at work developing several important integrations to the Threat Stack platform as well as celebrating a few very big milestones. But most of all, we wanted to take a moment to thank you — our incredible community — for all of your support since our launch out of beta last year, and for providing feedback that has inspired several of this quarter’s featured announcements (see below).
To see what we’ve been up to this quarter and what Threat Stack has to offer you (just in case you’ve been considering a solution like ours for 2016), take a look at our year-end update: Read more “Threat Stack Year-End Update”
The business benefits of moving to the cloud are myriad, from increased efficiency to reduced costs and even expanded business opportunities. And while there has been some circulating fear around how secure a business’s data can really be in the cloud, a recent study found that 94 percent of businesses actually saw an improvement in their security posture after moving to the cloud.
Of course, moving your data and systems to the cloud isn’t risk-free, as the many data breaches that have graced the news over the last few years prove. If you want to benefit from the cloud but not open yourself up to all kinds of vulnerability, you need to invest in security.
Read more “7 Signs Your Business Should Outsource Cloud Security”
We’re thrilled to announce today that Threat Stack has joined PagerDuty’s rapidly expanding partner ecosystem with a new integration now available to all customers! This integration allows you to easily manage your Threat Stack cloud security incidents directly within PagerDuty, a popular platform that allows engineering and IT teams to connect their operations systems, teams and data into a single, easy-to-use console, making managing and responding to incidents quick and easy.