The Equifax and Yahoo breaches have highlighted enterprise vulnerability to cyber attacks. As the content management market increases and enterprises embrace remote workforces, adopt multi-clouds, expose new APIs, and shift server side functionality to the client, new security challenges emerge. Securing a combination of legacy environments and newer stacks, keeping up with the latest security patches, and reducing response time to zero day vulnerabilities to safeguard from breaches remains a challenge.
This white paper offers:
- Insights on why popular content management systems and platforms are commonly targeted by attackers;
- Overlooked attack vectors and software engineering trends that adversely impact security postures;
- Network perimeter security models that rely on VPNs used for securing access may actually weaken security postures;
- TLS encryption security might be much weaker than imagined.