Mitiga Co-Founder and CEO Tal Mozes recently authored this Cyber Resilience feature article for the latest issue of CIISec’s Pulse publication.
The mass migration of business applications to the cloud over the last few years has caused an equally rapid rise in the number of cyberattacks — along with technologies designed to prevent them. Join this webinar to learn why incidents and responses are different in the cloud, what to look at and analyze to detect incidents, and more.
In this webinar, Ofer Maor, co-founder and CTO at Mitiga, will walk through terminology, technologies, and history of incident response and monitoring. Register now to join Ofer on August 30.
Cloud attacks are getting real and hitting the fan! In the past year we’ve led forensics investigations for some very interesting cloud incidents and are now ready to share them with the world. Watch this webinar with Ofer Maor, Mitiga CTO, to learn more.
Watch: Practical Tips for Cloud Incident Response with Ofer Maor, Chenxi Wang, Ph.D., David B. Cross, and Reet Kaur at CloudNativeDay 2022
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