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    Cloud Network Security 101: Azure Service Endpoints vs. Private Endpoints

    Becki Lee

    Azure offers two similar but distinct services to allow virtual network (VNet) resources to privately connect to other Azure services. Azure VNet Service Endpoints and Azure Private Endpoints (powered by Azure Private Link) both promote network security by allowing VNet traffic to communicate with service resources without going over the internet, but there are some differences. This three-part blog series goes into detail about both services.

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    Thinking Like a Cloud Hacker: Part 1

    Josh Stella

    This is a companion post to our Cloud Security Masterclass on the subject. Our objective is to examine some real world, published cloud exploits and examine both the motivations and techniques of the hackers responsible for them so that you can understand who you are up against, how and why they act, and how to better protect your cloud infrastructure.

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    Cloud Network Security 101: Azure Private Link & Private Endpoints

    Becki Lee

    Azure offers two similar but distinct services to allow virtual network (VNet) resources to privately connect to other Azure services. Azure VNet Service Endpoints and Azure Private Endpoints (powered by Azure Private Link) both promote network security by allowing VNet traffic to communicate with service resources without going over the internet, but there are some differences. This three-part blog series goes into detail about both services.

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    Cloud Network Security 101: Azure Virtual Network Service Endpoints

    Becki Lee

    Microsoft Azure offers two similar but distinct services to allow virtual network (VNet) resources to privately connect to other Azure services. Azure VNet Service Endpoints and Azure Private Endpoints (powered by Azure Private Link) both promote network security by allowing VNet traffic to communicate with service resources without going over the internet, but there are some differences.

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    Building a Secure Amazon S3 Bucket (AWS)

    Josh Stella

    Much has been said about Amazon S3 security on Amazon Web Services (AWS) in the press and technical publications, and much of it is oversimplified and of limited practical use. Amazon S3 is an incredibly simple cloud service to use, but adequately securing your S3 resources is anything but simple, as too many organizations have discovered.

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    Introducing Zim: A caching build system for teams using monorepos

    Drew Wright

    Zim is a caching build system that is ideal for software development teams using monorepos that contain many components and dependencies. Zim provides for fast incremental, parallel builds across a team and is entirely language agnostic with built-in support for cross-platform builds via Docker. Zim is available as an open source project hosted on GitHub.

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    How hackers changed strategy with cloud

    Drew Wright

    If you’re running a workload in the cloud, take a moment to look at the activity logs for your public-facing resources. There’s bad guys there, and they’re probing your cloud infrastructure looking for misconfigurations they can exploit.

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    Announcing the Cloud Security Masterclass Program to Educate on Cloud Misconfiguration Risk

    Drew Wright

    We’re excited to announce the Cloud Security Masterclass program to help increase awareness of advanced cloud misconfiguration risks and how malicious actors exploit them. We held the first free live Cloud Security Masterclass last month—a deep dive session into the complex layers of Amazon S3 security, which has been at the center of a number of recent high profile data breaches.

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