Recently, I was lucky enough to be able to sit down to dinner with a customer of one of our competitors. Such opportunities can be a great learning experience and a million potential questions jumped to mind immediately.
Another day, another massive data breach, this one involving Uber and the theft of data on more than 57 million drivers and customers. Like the recent high profile AWS S3 misconfigurations leading to unwanted exposure of sensitive data, the Uber hack could have been prevented with basic Cloud Access Security Broker (CASB) policies in place. Specifically, identity and access control capabilities.