Stormy Weather in Cyberspace: Navigating the Cloud Attack Landscape
- In 2023, cloud computing is not merely a technology, but a battleground for cybersecurity.
- Threats such as Zenbleed, Kubernetes attacks, and sophisticated Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs) are prevalent.
- A webinar titled ‘Navigating the Cloud Attack Landscape: 2023 Trends, Techniques, and Tactics’ is set to be held to explore these security challenges.
Cloud Computing: More Than Just a Technology in 2023
Move aside fluffy white clouds, it’s raining ‘server’ thunderstorms in tech-land. The year 2023 is seeing the ubiquitous cloud technology turn into a rambunctious wrestling ground for cybersecurity. This rather circuit-ous development suggests that the cloud isn’t just about storing bytes in the ether. Be ready to swing your cybersecurity capes because the tech arena is turning into a wild west showdown!
The Threatening Trio: Zenbleed, Kubernetes Attacks, and APTs
Don’t get entangled in the ‘web’-inar of complacency: in 2023, several malicious figurative beasts are stalking the cloud. They wear the tags Zenbleed, Kubernetes attacks, and sophisticated APTs. More than floating ominously in the cyberspace, these threats are equipped to bleed your systems dry, perform malicious operations, and persist in their attacks. Be assured, these aren’t the kind of bugs you can just swat away.
Stay Informed with the Webinar: ‘Navigating the Cloud Attack Landscape’
Cloudy with a chance of data theft? Not on our watch. The Hacker News has joined forces with the brainiacs at Lacework Labs to host an exclusive webinar—’Navigating the Cloud Attack Landscape: 2023 Trends, Techniques, and Tactics.’ By unpacking the threats and discussing countermeasures, this webinar will forecast solutions to the cloud insecurities, serving as a beacon in this stormy cyberspace weather.
2023 isn’t just about technological growth but also a challenging time of cyber threats in cloud computing. Issues such as Zenbleed, Kubernetes attacks, and advanced persistent threats are making headlines in the cyber world, marking the need for heightened security measures. To brave this storm, an exclusive webinar: ‘Navigating the Cloud Attack Landscape: 2023 Trends, Techniques, and Tactics’ by The Hacker News and Lacework Labs has been arranged. The event aims to enlighten its audience on the ways of safeguarding their cloud. After all, every cloud ‘server’ should have a silver lining.
Original Article: https://thehackernews.com/2023/11/discover-2023s-cloud-security.html