Meanwhile in Security cuts through the standard bullshit, gatekeeping, and fearmongering pervasive in infosec circles. Ain't nobody got time for that crap.
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Join Jesse as he talks about the two types of security mindsets and why both are wrong, why you should embrace the principle of least privilege, why you’re going to get owned sooner or later if you don’t secure your credentials, why we should teach kids about cybersecurity so they don’t make dumb decisions when they’re adults, how only 17 percent of organizations are encrypting at least half of their data in the cloud, why zero trust is a horrible name for the concept of dynamic contextual authorization, and more.
Join Jesse as he talks about the critical role automation plays in security, why you need to be cautious when automating tasks, why you need to patch your Pulse Secure VPN, the M&A extravaganza going on in the cybersecurity space, why you should just let out a big sign and deploy into a zero-trust architecture today, how it’s important to know wrong behavior but even more useful to know what’s right, how cloud security breaches have officially surpassed on-prem breaches for the first time, why you should enable multi-factor authentication for cloud account access, and more.
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Meanwhile in Security is a production of The Duckbill Group. Check out our other publications, Last Week in AWS, Screaming in the Cloud, and AWS Morning Brief.© The Duckbill Group, 2021