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March 03, 2023
What Happened in That Cyberattack? With Some Cloud Services, You May Never Know

More cyberattackers are targeting organizations' cloud environments, but some cloud services, such as Google Cloud Platform's storage, fail to create adequate logs for forensics.

January 31, 2023
From Multiple Startup Exits To Saving Companies After Cyberattacks With Tal Mozes

In this Entrepreneur's Handbook episode, CEO and Co-Founder Tal Mozes talks with Amardeep Parmar, describing how Mitiga helps customers recover over 90% faster from cloud and SaaS breaches, proactive Threat Hunts, and much more.

January 23, 2023
Use CircleCI? Here Are 3 Steps You Need to Take

This Dark Reading Tech Tip outlines the steps enterprise defenders should take as they protect their data in cloud environments in response to the security incident with the CI/CD platform, referencing Mitiga's CircleCI Cybersecurity Incident Hunting Guide.

January 18, 2023
CircleCI hackers grabbed customer tokens and keys, CTO admits, amid warning on SaaS secrets

As researchers from security firm Mitiga emphasized, “rotating” any and all secrets stored in CircleCI is not enough. Users will have to hunt for malicious actions in all of your integrated SaaS and cloud platforms to ensure you haven’t been breached on these other platforms, as well.

January 17, 2023
Researchers claim CircleCI breach may affect other cloud, third-party applications

Following the CircleCI security breach, Mitiga published a technical blog highlighting the potential impact and offering further guidance on how organizations can detect malicious activities comprehensively across third-party applications.

January 3, 2023
Monorepo and dynamically configured CI — Part I

Devops Engineer Stav Ochakovski published a blog on Medium that focuses on how Mitiga recently shifted to a single monorepo — one source of truth for all of our code.

Dec 27, 2022
Mitiga researchers disclose AWS Elastic IP hijacking vulnerability

Mitiga has said a new AWS feature has led to a vulnerability that could allow hackers to access and steal Elastic IP addresses and gain control over AWS accounts. Mitiga notified the AWS security team about its findings before publishing and incorporated the feedback it got as part of its post.

December 27, 2022
Organizations Warned of New Attack Vector in Amazon Web Services

Infosecurity UK covers Mitiga's Threat Research into AWS Elastic IP, as well as how organizations can detect and respond to EIP Transfers.

December 27, 2022
Something Phishy: The Biggest Data Threats Right Now

Mitiga Vice President of Consulting Rob Floodeen recently identified the characteristics of voice phishing ("vishing") attacks with UK media outlet Raconteur.

"We know how important it is to be prepared before an incident occurs, especially in cloud infrastructure."
- Adam Fletcher, Chief Security Officer at Blackstone