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By Rob Szumski, CEO & Founder • September 16, 2022
ThreatVector is an ongoing series where we break down recent security incidents in the news to understand how they happened, how they spread and what the ramifications are for companies as they evolve their defenses. Details have just emerged about a devastating, wide-ranging compromise of Uber from their corporate network, VPN, Google GSuite and their production AWS infrastructure, including databases. Our last ThreatVector post covered how social engineering allowed the Twilio compromise and subsequent Signal account takeover and this situation appears to have unfolded in similar fashion:
By Rob Szumski, CEO & Founder • September 14, 2022
The rise of Software as a Service (SaaS) has unlocked an immense amount of value for enterprises and consumers alike. The cost of that value has been control over your data. With security incidents and sophisticated vendor traversal attacks (like the Aug. 2022 hack of Twilio & Signal) becoming more commonplace, the lack of control is starting to show its true cost. Introducing EdgeBit We’re founding EdgeBit because we believe that we can solve this problem – to empower SaaS services to consume and process data securely – in a way that maintains customer control over data, without getting in the way.
By Rob Szumski, CEO & Founder • September 14, 2022
ThreatVector is an ongoing series where we break down recent security incidents in the news to understand how they happened, how they spread and what the ramifications are for companies as they evolve their defenses. The messaging and communications giant Twilio was attacked via a social engineering on August 4, 2022 with an unknown number of employee accounts being taken over but 125 customers impacted. There are a few notable attributes about this attack: