Let’s face it. Cybercriminals are smart. They’re aggressive, persistent, and opportunistic. They can sniff out an open port—a device running outdated software—and use it to invade the network. With cyberattacks on the rise, companies need to continually assess threats and adjust their cybersecurity posture accordingly.
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5 minutes with Ben Johnson - SaaS apps security issues
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Ben Johnson, former NSA and Chief Technology Officer (CTO) of SaaS application security firm, Obsidian, has found that businesses around the world are adopting Software as a service (SaaS) apps in droves for collaboration, ease of access to data and business continuity. With this increased adoption, comes the inevitable trend of state-sponsored actors merely logging in to steal data rather than having to break in. Here, Johnson talks to Security magazine about security issues associated with SaaS applications.