NSA Releases Guidance on Mitigating Cloud Vulnerabilities

The National Security Agency (NSA) has released an information sheet with guidance on mitigating cloud vulnerabilities. NSA identifies cloud security components and discusses threat actors, cloud vulnerabilities, and potential mitigation measures.

The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) encourages administrators and users to review NSA’s guidance on Mitigating Cloud Vulnerabilities and CISA’s page on APTs Targeting IT Service Provider Customers and Analysis Report on Microsoft Office 365 and other Cloud Security Observations for information on implementing a defense-in-depth strategy to protect infrastructure assets.

CDS Bureau comments: Hosting an enterprise application has hundreds of moving parts that can pose security threats to an enterprise. These moving parts can be related to cloud infrastructure, cloud software, building, cloud service provider employees, enterprise employees, enterprise software and its components, operating system, and so on. Missing a single weak component can cost millions and damage enterprise business. Contact CDS Bureau to help you assess vulnerabilities of your enterprise and how to mitigate them.

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